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An action step in the goal-setting process refers to: A. how many steps are involved in the goal-setting process. B. specifying exactly what you are going to do to achieve your goal. C. the
what you are trying to achieve. D. the step you take once you have achieved your goal. Reset Selection
An action step in the goal-setting process refers to: B. specifying exactly whay you are going to do to achieve your goal.
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