Joe Templin: How To Achieve Personal Excellence | Self-Improvement

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Learning how to achieve personal excellence is more than just having good daily habits and strong self-discipline. Achieving personal excellence also does not mean we are striving to be perfect. There is no growth where there is perfection.

Today, Joe Templin shares how to achieve personal excellence through a combination of habit stacking, discipline, learning to love the process, and more.

You'll Learn:

  • How Personal Excellence is actually achieved in life
  • What Joe does to keep learning and growing every day
  • Why Personal Excellence is a combination of things rather than one thing
  • And more!

Favorite Quote:

"Sweat more in practice, bleed less in battle." -Joe Templin

Connect With Joe:

https://everyday-excellence.com

@edewithjoe on all social media platforms

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-TJ Bradfield

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