The Value Of Life Systems Pt. 3

October 2, 2019
Steve and Tommy
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Part 3 – Personal Systems. In this episode, Tommy Thompson and Steve Perkins wrap up their discussion on the value of life systems. Together, they talk through a few specific ways to automate systems for success in all areas of life.

When we apply systems in our personal lives, there is a real opportunity for growth. It’s true that we not only need systems, but we need to know their purpose in our lives as well. If you begin implementing personal systems in your life after today’s episode, be sure to leave a note for us in the reviews section. We’d love to hear how this is working in your life!

Book recommendation:  7 Habits of Highly Effective People – Stephen Covey

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