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Making use of what you already have
Take a moment to consider all that stuff you’ve bought over the years because of all the cool features that
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A healthy attitude vs blind optimism
There’s a huge difference between having a healthy attitude and being blindly optimistic. A healthy attitude allows a person to
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Make your time count
Time is one of the most valuable resources in existence. If you find yourself with more time than usual, you
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Find alternative ways to exercise
It should go without saying, but if your gym closed & you want to stay in shape, it’s important to
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He who buys what he does not need…
“He who buys what he does not need steals from himself.” — Swedish proverb We are in/bordering on a global
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A notable reminder
The current state of the world is a notable reminder of how quickly life as we know it can change.
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Guard your state of mind
Guard your state of mind. Learn to recognize when negative events and the negative attitudes of others are having an
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If you find yourself with free time…
Yes, times are tough. But it’s also a time full of amazing opportunities. If you find yourself with “free time”,
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A healthy attitude lifts people
Adopting a mental attitude capable of dealing with necessary changes in a positive way is far more productive than making
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Living with your eyes open
Better to live with your eyes open and acknowledge what you can’t control — while directing your attention to what
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The ocean has receded
A tsunami survivor is on the beach. They see the ocean recede into the distance and realize what it means.
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When incompetent people are in charge
When incompetent people are in charge, how much incentive do you think competent people have to stick around to be
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