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  1. Absolutely LOVE this!!
    The whole post is good, but the point about committing to not do everything at once to “fix” things, as we realize where we have fallen short, is something that everyone needs to hear.

    1. Yes! It’s so tempting to try and jump in and do a major overhaul, which just sets us up for failure! Small steps are so much easier to keep up with!

      *The Whitney English Team*

  2. How did you get to the point that the HEART check in was second nature? What was your starting point or how have you made it a routine or habit?

    1. Hi Rebecca!
      It definitely helped that I was figuring it out as I went. Trial and error (unfortunately) continues to be my best teacher. Not to oversimplify things, though, I just went with what made common sense. I have to help myself first to be able to help others. People are more important than things. Those principles drove the discover of HEART, and life works best when I order my priorities in line with those principles.
      At the end of the day, though, it’s only five things to remember. As I practiced it over time, it got easier!
      xo, Whitney

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