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Y – Yank your Youness

Y Yank your Youness What is it about you that makes you different to everybody else? Apart from the obvious answer of “your fingerprints” can you say what it is about you that seperates you from everybody else on the planet? Despite being alike as human beings, we are all individuals, we are all unique,

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X – eXcel your eXcitement

X   eXcel your eXcitement Do you get excited by your life? Are you glad to be alive? Have you even thought about it or does it take something else to trigger a thankfulness to even be alive? Maybe watching something tragic on the news like the recent earthquake in Haiti, or hearing of a

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W – Wither your Worries

W Wither Your Worries Are you a worrier? Do you find yourself realising that you’ve not been worried about anything and begin to worry that something is wrong with that? I used to be a worrier, if I had nothing to worry about I’d get worried and I’d stay worried until I found something better

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Do Happy: Stop Explaining

You feel frustrated about your progress toward your goals, so you tell your friends about the odds stacked against you. You don’t want them to think you’re a failure. You feel unusually anxious before a performance evaluation so you tell your coworker about everything that’s riding on this promotion. You don’t want her to think

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Do Happy: Forget Yourself

“When someone receives us with open-hearted, non-judging, intensely interested listening, our spirits expand.” ~Sue Patton Theole Whether you’re talking to your mother or your coworker, odds are you don’t always give your complete attention without formulating thoughts of your own. Even the most Zen person sometimes waits to talk instead of really listening. It happens

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