Itís so easy and simple, but if you can express gratitude for all the good things in your life, you are priming yourself for positive emotions throughout the entire day.
Matthew West, Find Your Perfect Morning Routine
However, remember an idea does no one any good unless it is
seen through to the end.
Riley Stevens, 50 Ways to Change Your Life in 50 Minutes
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Although Steve Jobs himself was an incredible entrepreneur,
the success of the company is also due to his focus on the importance
of good leadership and team building.
Mark Patterson, Steve Jobs: 7 Top Life and Business Lessons of Steve Jobs for Unlimited Success
Having a well-organized workspace can increase your productivity.
It will also help reduce stress, improve mood, make a good impression,
and most importantly, it increases productivity.
Felix Oberman, The Ultimate Guide to Declutter Your Life and Organize your Mind
By saying thank you for the things we have been blessed with,
we create within ourselves the belief that because good things have
happened to us in the past, they will happen to us in the future.
Zeeshan Raza, U Turn Your Life
Creativity is important in building self-confidence as well as
good mental health.
Richard Carroll, Creativity: The Ultimate Creativity Guide
Even if your goal is to be a good conversationalist,
you also need to train your listening skills.
Josh David, People Skills Guide
Good parenting involves focusing not just for your children's well-being,
but for their education as well.
Fhilcar Faunillan, Smart Parenting: A Complete Guide for Busy Parents
By knowing how to change what I believe about any day of my life,
I have acquired a general belief that every day is a good day.
Frank Healy, Heal Your Memories, Change Your Life
Ours is a bad, bad world, but does that mean nothing's good?
Does it mean we have run out of things for which to be grateful?
No, no, a thousand times, no!
"Perfectionism is a time waster - 20 percent of the effort
you put into any project accomplishes 80 percent of the outcome -
so this is a time to ask yourself when good enough is enough and then stop."
Mira Kirshenbaum, The Gift of a Year
A good deal of research over the years correlates hand
gestures toward the lower part of the face with thinking -
stroking the chin, propping the chin in the hand, putting a finger on the cheek.
Michael Nir, Influence: Body Language Silent Influencing
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