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Other People's Perception

Other People's Perception

How much do you worry about what others think?

You can't be present and your best self if you’re constantly asking yourself questions such as:  Did they think that I was smart? Did they think that I was successful? Did they think what I said was stupid? In truth, you can never really know what someone else thinks of you.

So, instead of worrying about it, be your most confident self and concentrate on what you want to communicate, ask good questions and look people in the eyes

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Doing Something For Others

Doing Something For Others

What nice thing can you do for someone else today?

Give someone your spot in line, buy a co-worker his favorite morning drink, or call your mother and mindfully listen to her tell you about her week. Even little things can make a big difference in someone's day. Plus, resea...

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Happiness Is In Good Relationships

Happiness Is In Good Relationships

What are you doing to invest in your relationships?

After following the lives of 268 Harvard undergraduate males from the classes of 1938 to 1940 for decades, psychiatrist George Vaillant concluded something you probably already know: Love is the key to happiness. Even if a...

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What You Do For Having A Good Time

What You Do For Having A Good Time

What do you do for fun?

If you have to think about this one, your work-life balance is probably askew. On your deathbed you will never say “I wish I would have worked more.” If working too much isn’t your problem you also will never say “I wish I would have watched more TV.”

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Making Mistakes

Making Mistakes

What have been your biggest mistakes?

Chances are, your mistakes taught you valuable lessons which strengthened your character. Take some inspiration from J.K. Rowling, who said “It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that y...

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Changing Your Life

Changing Your Life

 How will your life be different in a year?

Think about what’s not perfect in your world, whether it’s a self-destructive habit, burdensome debt, loneliness or anything else. Considering that it takes 28 days to change an ingrained behavior, resolve now to invest one month ...

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Being Grateful

Being Grateful

 What are you grateful for?

Researchers have found that gratitude correlates with better mood and sleep, higher confidence, and lower fatigue and inflammation. Don't have anything to be thankful for? Start with electricity, running water and roof over your head.

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When You Die

When You Die

What will people say about you at your funeral?

Think about the people you miss the most on this planet. Chances are, they were interested in other people’s lives, generous and set a good example. Work now to be someone who makes a positive impression.  

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Being Yourself

Being Yourself

Are you comfortable in your own skin?

Blogging for Tiny Buddha Melissa Dinwiddie tells the great story of having a miserable time during her high school class's senior trip to the beach, all because of she forgot a T-shirt, was worried her stomach wasn't flat enough and...

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Handling Anxiety

Handling Anxiety

 Is anxiety something that dampens most of your days?

Nearly one in five people has some kind of anxiety disorder, which is the most common mental illness in the U.S. If this is you, be honest and admit that 90 percent of what you worry about never comes to fruition. The ot...

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Achieving Happiness

Achieving Happiness

Happiness, life satisfaction and the daily habits of the most 

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