Hasten To The Worship Of Allah Part 4

Abdulbary Yahya


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The speakers discuss the importance of setting goals and high levels of data in order to achieve success. They stress the need to focus on quality and professional excellence in order to achieve success, as well as creating a home for Muslims to live in the US. The importance of consistency in business plans and avoiding empty promises is also emphasized, along with the importance of keeping small group tasks focused on their goals. Consistentency is crucial for healthy business, especially for small tasks like cleaning and washing dishes.

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We don't need

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you don't

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like you know think about it a couple of years ago right?

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Remember that the days of data

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so that was for like almost 20 years nobody complained

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as soon as they got the SSL

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you know we never complained until the TV guy goes is your internet slow

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sound right

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now what you said is pretty slow right? Right and then

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for the DVD

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a local

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the first lie

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someone says you would know that the reward payment The first time

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you would actually people would fight for you and you'd have to stick to boxing

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before to compete for that when it comes to

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our mentality is different.

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you know the old days people depart what they

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but with the TV and everything like that, we ended up being

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and we think that

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you know, people were passionate those who are in advertising and so forth. Professional professionals. I tried to buy things you don't need

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to see all the time. What are they? What are they trying to get?

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Yeah, right. What do you do? That's what you do you got to get people to die even though you know they don't need it because you got to make it

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right especially if you go rent a car

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how they want to sell you all the time, no matter where you wherever you buy now they're trying to give you stuff you don't need

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Okay, so first of all, every every one of

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characters in

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every single one of them, we can spend the whole lecture but

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again when we speak about

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you know, how can we set a goal

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number one, our goal

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should always be the highest level

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you should never ever be going to St. Paul just integrate

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whichever level doesn't matter even the lowest you asked for the highest

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and when we touch when you're making

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you know what

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you know what you're

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gonna do I change.

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So what are you concerned about very concerned about?

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Are you

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to alleviate, to have a lot of relief from the punishment at all fine. Are you making it so that

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they understand sometimes you

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Have you set goals set a goal?

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To have you set high goals? Let's say for example, you're in school. If you're just aiming for a passing grade,

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you're going to work. And by the way, this paper just

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aiming for 60s, you know, lower 60s,

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something will happen and you're going

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to shoot an arrow, right? It's like, the target is right here. When

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you pull it, the iron goes down. So aim for the highest level,

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the highest

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level, right, but you always ask for the highest.

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And he should have bedrooms.

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And it will affect how you behave with your expectations and your goals.

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That's why they

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asked for data as to the highest level of data at the highest

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So we look at

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even our children, a lot of times we don't set high expectations.

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He he went to a city

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and in this city, everyone believes that

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if you were born on a Tuesday

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you're going to get Nope. If you're gonna Thursday, yeah.

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Yeah. And so they thought the service structure

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Why is this true?

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Is it true? If you don't believe us ask the people outside

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ask the people in the village in the town. And so the chairperson asks, What do we do

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or less the two beggars so far, they were born to any preset

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that you started to ask to be successful

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a brother let's see.

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What's up

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The son was born

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on Saturday night at nine o'clock, nine o'clock.

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This fall?

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Why are you so late?

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people on the board of birthday, they don't go around playing

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that same

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the last Tuesday guy came on to talk about

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dad comes in comes home six days ago.

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The father the mother says

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expectations are different. So they are not

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If you can say just

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so that's what

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I mean if you're going to ask

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for what are the most beautiful things. Know.

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Of course

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when I walk

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All right.

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So he asked me

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Do you know when prophet and when he

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when he was making do if

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they were in a in the desert surrounded by

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now there is not a single strand of grass

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near the mountains of Mecca in Arabia

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there is no innovation on some of those toxins. And you know, he turns around is asking the last panel of Allah when his family would hide it and

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once he asked it says what was it was

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what are you gonna

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wear the

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boots there's not a single speck of brass

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and even mentioned that the wedding wedding is up

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in Alaska with no innovative

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and nuts.

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You can always find the best foods

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you find foods that you can find me

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because they're coming from Australia.

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India, Southeast Asia. You go go, we don't have a typo make it

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that in Arizona? I couldn't get that in Colorado.

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We determined

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to settle for anything less than the best Muslim.

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So when I say

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you know the best

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when he was

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as an artist,

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for the most important journey and

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investment are lots of a lot of hype.

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you know, why weren't there any worth?

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Less than

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comes to that

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when it comes to

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that's why sometimes we have done

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we have progress,

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that we take posters.

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If you have people who are specialists that Muslims do it.

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It's okay.

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But if you don't, it's okay to have a house.

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Even if you even have to pay for to get quality because it's not deserved for that.

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It's not deserved. And sometimes you look at some of these programs and you look at the price on a professional, we come across the events.

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then we say what does

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mean especially when you're

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designing something? Well, like every rule is broken.

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But this

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is something that anyone deserves

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quality, quality, professional excellence. Focus on

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Okay, yes.

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What can we do to discipline

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the profits of a

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higher tax

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What is

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the best of these languages most consistent? If

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you want to, if you want to be disciplined.

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And of course for us, you know, we are at Microsoft.

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So how can you keep yourself strong?

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What is consistency,

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even if it's just a smaller

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so every one of us, we should take these, the small amount of gifts that we can do for the rest of your life and it becomes your character.

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But don't pick something that's so much that you cannot do it.

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Let's say for example, to say pray,

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say to yourself, you know from now,

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I will pray

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at least once every three days.

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This is minimal

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when you have reached a point, but let's say for example, today, you are so busy, you didn't pray.

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And then the third day come to this all four players in the chat time that chat time cards, and you say to yourself, no,

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you've never been, there's never three days in your life that you will that

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there will never be three days

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did so that no matter how tired you are, you go visit system

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with a couple of people and the same way when it comes to fasting the same way. And this is what the companions did. You know,

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he said from the day I heard from, from my wife

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is in the process of adapting

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AI definitely must be

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one of those three things. It said number one

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seconds to run as after sunrise, the

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second sentence was read.

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And then there were three weekends of passing.

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He did more than that most of the time. But there was never a bug that he did

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that for some of us, we crashed after a lot. Because we're not consistent. last

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three, four months, we never open it again. Why? Because you don't have that as far as your character. So you have to choose these are consistent with even a smaller note be consistent with for the rest of your life. It's a bit choose getting the deeds and then monthly deeds, some maybe by English, for example, let's say there's not a single record three bucks the pacifier except I'm going to visit this one sick person.

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Did you say okay, two months have passed this month is about to add somebody who's sick.

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So put that as your schedule. Just like when you want to have a successful business, you put a business plan you want to

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set your client off. And that's the thing is you have to know if you have if you want to consistent for a certain amount, then you

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say okay, I'm not going to be there's not a single day in my life except when I retire.

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So if you're consistent with that, most of the time you end up with more than what you start you end up with. So that's one way to get one way to

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to be consistent to keep yourself strong. And the other. And also, by the way hidden in your daily life, your daily life with a little bit less consistency is very important. You know, I when I went to

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I was 18 years old. And I have I have two sisters. And so my two sisters.

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By the

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first time I talked to neighbors,

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and I said well

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my friend told me his back a little bit like this before the part that I knew how to crack at it.

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Anyway, I was a little bit spoiled, but my mother used to always think

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that that was my brother and my sister would do the cleaning and I would try to be nice and clean and wash places.

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And so I wouldn't like washing the dishes and then wash the dishes.

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Why is there still soap on here

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and then she'll say

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that's the kind of

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person that you know, that's the side of the world. So now I'm gonna wash my dishes, nobody's gonna clean my house, okay?

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So you're going to end up you ended up doing

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some of us, right? cars is certainly not like, you

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know, but the thing is,

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is that every time I leave this room,

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the first thing that I'm going to do for three minutes

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that I leave that door.

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So this is what I ended up doing. In the bathroom, I will come back to fitness.

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In three minutes of Scala, I ended up increasing it to one.

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And you don't want me to either say, oh, man, one minute, so much.

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But this is what I did. Just one minute, sometimes I will take longer than that, we'll do one because once you get the hardest part is getting started. Once you start makes easier, so usually, sometimes more than one minute, but I got to the point where my room was so clean.

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My room was so clean, that I had to look for dust

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on my books,

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because I don't have any constantly. And I still haven't been

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deployed. And I live I do it again. So I'm looking for the best.

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So like, super clean, but then I don't feel like I put in a rock.

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And that's

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when I get my car off.

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You know, before I used to like look at my car for the Saturday.

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Because I said you know, I'm gonna find a house. So what I did was, every time the rule in my house, or my car is that anyone was in my car. In my family, I take a test to do this. If you need my car, nobody needs my car without taking the pieces.

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Every time you take the piece you have to find the pieces right during the car. And so what ends up happening is some of my kids in the back they know that that's their ticket.

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They don't have three pieces. So what we end up doing whole family before we enter the supermarket was the trash can. So it's like literally

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everyone's going to this bachelor because a big piece of whatever we're doing wherever we are doesn't matter. The first thing we're looking for.

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Okay, so we go out and you don't like it then it ends up being they start falling for the trap

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that they got

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started but when I called them up, like

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he gotta you gotta look for he doesn't have to look, but that's what consistency.

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You don't see it, but he be consistent in doing good deeds.