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Day 2: What Matters To You?
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AOL Jobs Staff
Oct 7th 2014 5:30AM
Video by Kristen Felicetti
Life comes with responsibilities and the older you get, the more people may be relying on you.
So if it's change you want, it's important to step back and take stock of what really matters to you.
Jonathan Fields, founder of the
Good Life Project
, describes a method of inquiry to identify the conflicts between what you're doing now and what would bring you more satisfaction.
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