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Herd Mentality of Positive Motivation

Positivity rubs itself in the same ways in a group, where individual thinking starts getting aligned with the kind of group it is in.

Example: An inactive or lethargic person will start to get more active if he is joining an active group for the morning jog, as the motivation and the energy will rub off on him.

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Working to build a better self almost always means working to build a better community or tribe with which you surround it.

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