Wise observers from Peter Drucker to Jack Canfield suggest that 90 days is a productive amount of time to work on a self-improvement project. It seems long enough to make some significant progress. It’s short enough so you can re-evaluate regularly.
Next time you want to establish a new habit, learn about a special topic, or just do things better, try planning in a 90-day timeframe. It works for me.
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