This week on the podcast, the newest dating term is the Turkey Drop. We’ll explain what it is and how to tell if you’ve fallen victim to it. And, the INSANELY easy way to improve your performance in ANY area of your life. You can start seeing improvement TODAY. Plus, we’ll tell you the best time of day start a new activity if you want to do it consistently and make it a habit. And, we all know the power of positivity, but we’ll share two simple, research backed hacks to remain positive everyday.
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