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Discover Your Calling. If you don’t act on life, life has a habit of acting on you.

Everyday, be Kind to a stranger. Everyone who enters your life has a lesson to teach and a story to tell.

Maintain Your Perspective. When you encounter a difficult situation, ask yourself if there is any wiser, more enlightened way of looking at that seemingly negative situation.

Practice Tough Love. The tougher you are on yourself, the easier life will be on you.

Keep a Journal. It will help clarify your intentions so that you remain focused on the things that truly count.

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Develop an Honesty Philosophy. Be a person of your word rather than being “all talk and no action”

Honor Your Past. Success is measured not so much by the position one has reached in life, but by the obstacles the person overcame while trying to succeed.

Start your Day Well. The way you begin your day determines the way you will live your day.

Learn to say NO Gracefully. If your priorities don’t get scheduled into your planner, other people’s priorities will get put into your planner.

Take a weekly Break. Plan for a weekly period of peace.

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Talk to Yourself.

Schedule Worry Breaks. Don’t worry while performing some task. Focus on the task at hand.

Model a Child. Children come to us more highly evolved than adults to teach us the lessons we need to learn.

Remember, Genius is 99% Inspiration.

Care for the Temple. In a sound body rests a sound mind. Those who don’t make time for exercise must eventually make time for illness.

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Learn to be Silent. Experiencing solitude, for even a few minutes a day, will keep you centered on your highest life priorities.

Think about your Ideal Neighbourhood.

Get up Early

See Your Troubles as Blessings. Our character is shaped, not through life’s easiest experiences, but during life’s toughest ones.

Laugh More. We don’t laugh because we’re happy. We’re happy because we laugh.

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Spend a Day without your Watch

Take more Risks. Life is nothing more than a game of numbers—the more risks you take, the more rewards you will receive.

Live a life. There really are no problems, just opportunities waiting to be recognized as solutions by the person of wisdom.

Learn from a good movie. Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.

Bless Your Money. The hand that gives is the hand that gathers.

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Focus on the Worthy. The person who tries to do everything ultimately achieves nothing.

Write Thank-you Notes

Always carry a Book with you

Create a Love Account. Without the rich heart, wealth is an ugly beggar.

Get behind People’s Eyeballs. Try to understand people. It deepens your bond with them.

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List Your Problems. A problem well stated is a problem half-solved.

Practice the Action Habit. The smallest of actions is always better than the boldest of intentions.

See your children as gifts

Enjoy the Path, Not just the reward. The real value of setting and achieving goals lies not in the rewards you receive but in the person you become as a result of achieving your goals.

Remember that Awareness precedes Change. The first step to eliminating a negative habit is to become aware of it.

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Read ‘Tuesdays with Morrie’ by Mitch Albom

Master your Time. Commit yourself to managing your time more efficiently

Keep your cool. Tough times call for cool people and they are always cool and calm when the pressure is on.

Recruit a Board of Directors. An imaginary board of people you idolize to which you go to when you have to make important decisions.

Cure your monkey mind. Be in the present. When your mind roams off to somewhere else, bring it back in the present.

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Get good at Asking. If you refuse to accept anything but the best; you very often get it.

Look for the Higher Meaning of your work

Build a library of Heroic Books

Develop Your Talents. The tragedy of life is not death, but what we let die inside of us while we live.

Connect with nature.

Use your commute time.

Go on a news fast. Don’t consume any news for a particular amount of time each day

Get Serious about setting goals.

Remember the rule of 21. It takes 21 days to develop a new habit. Powerful indeed is the empire of habit.

Practice Forgiveness

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Drink Fresh fruit juice

Create a Pure Environment. Our environment is stronger than our will power.

Walk in the Woods

Get a Coach

Take a mini-vacation

Become a volunteer

Watch ‘Six Degrees of Separation’

Listen to music daily. Get serious about listening to music that inspires you.

Write a legacy statement

Find Three great friends

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Read ‘The Artist’s Way’

Learn to Meditate.

Have a living funeral. A living funeral is a celebration for someone who's alive and able to attend the event. It's a celebration of life with the opportunity to say final goodbyes, offering everyone a chance to leave nothing unsaid and to find a sense of closure

Stop complaining and start living. Make wiser choices about the thoughts you will allow to enter your mind

Increase Your Value. To get more from life, you need to be more in life

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Be a Better Parent

Be Unorthodox. To live a richer, more rewarding life, it is essential that you run your own race.

Carry a goal card. The great and glorious masterpiece of men is to live to the point.

Be more than your moods. You are the creator of the moods you experience.

Savor the simple stuff. Have the wisdom to savor the simple things

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Stop Condemning. Take your life into your own hands and what happens? A terrible thing : No one to Blame

See your day as your life

Create a Mastermind Alliance

Create a Daily Code of Conduct

Imagine a richer Reality

Become the CEO of your life. Who cares what others think when you7 know that what you are doing is the right thing to do.

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Be Humble. The more you are as a person, the less you need to prove yourself to others.

Don’t finish every book you start. If you find that after reading the first 3 chapters of a book, you have not gained any worthwhile knowledge, or that the book has failed to keep your attention, do yourself a favor : Put the book away and make better use of your time.

Don’t be TOO hard on yourself. Be gentle to yourself and see life for what it is : A journey of self-discovery, personal growth, and lifelong learning

Make a vow of Silence. Try to be silent for 30-60 minutes each day.

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Don’t pick up the phone every time it rings.

Remember that Recreation must involve Re-Creation. Effective recreation must involve some pursuit that soothes your soul.

Choose Worthy Opponents

Sleep Less. Strive for less time in bed but a richer, deeper sleep.

Have a Family Mealtime

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Become an Imposter. Act like that which you most wish to become

Take a public speaking course. Be good at Public Speaking and have great Communication skills.

Stop thinking tiny thoughts. Nurture your mind with great thoughts, for you will never go any higher than you think.

Don’t worry about things you cannot change.

Start taking walks.

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Rewrite your life story. No matter what has happened to you in the past, your future is spotless.

Plant a Tree

Find your place of Peace

Take More Pictures

Be an Adventurer

Decompress before you go home

Respect your instincts

Collect Quotes that Inspire you

Love your Work

Serve Selflessly

Live Fully so You can die Happily

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