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“It’s just a joke”
Allowing yourself to be the subject of a joke every now and then can show that you don’t take things
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The path towards a better life
Excerpt from my book: If you want to get on the path towards a better life, you must decide that
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The confidence, happiness & success show
If you really love yourself, you don’t have to make a show of how much you love yourself. This also
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Staying true to you
People who don’t know you will often — and innocently — view and treat you like someone you’re not. It’s
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Rejection is normal and criticism is common
Rejection is normal and criticism is common. Just because what you offer is of no value to some people —
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Is it the day or is it your attitude?
Happiness is not a choice — but whether you let something ruin your day is. How you respond to life
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A challenger appears
Some people are going to help you. And some people are going to challenge you. And those people are helping
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Work to be proud, not popular
Too many people spend too much time trying to be popular — or trying to produce popular things — an
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Comparing yourself to others
Comparing yourself to others is just another way of judging people — including yourself. The less you do it, the
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You will be challenged
On your journey towards the challenging things you strive for in life, you will likely be doubted, rejected, criticized &
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Donate. Re-gift. Recycle. Trash.
Why do you continue to hold onto things you don’t use? If it’s been years since you said you’d use
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Beware the lies you tell yourself
People cling stubbornly to the lies that make them feel most comfortable. Related: Don’t make excuses for the monsters in
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