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Many people believe starting the day with a perusal of the email inbox is productive, but wealthy folks know there are better things to do with that early morning time. Some make a habit of meditating or writing in a journal, reading something educational, or getting a head start on an important project. People who are comfortable with the status quo and do not embrace new ideas. Perilous warp for mac. When an indi-vidual has a great idea, they must not let anyone dissuade them. If people and organizations con-tinue to do the same things repeatedly, it is not possible to pursue anything new and exciting. Ask the right questions. To think creatively and to. “I have to do it.” I’m not free to choose my own actions. For all of us, there are many things that concern us that we can’t do anything about, for now. But there are also things we can do. Proactive people work on their circle of influence - the people and things they can reach - and spend less energy on their much wider circle of concern.