Note and Quote to Self – What you think, say and do!

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Note and Quote to Self – What you think, say and do!

“Your life mainly consists of 3 things!

    What you think,

         What you say and

What you do!

So always be very conscious of what you are co-creating!” –Allan Rufus

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Simple Principles to Enjoy Life and be Happy

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In his book, Simple Principles to Enjoy Life and Be Happy, Alex Lluch and his colleague, Dr Helen Eckmann offer 200 simple principles for happiness.

The book is a smooth read, it’s format of lists and short descriptions remind me of those daily affirmation books, only there are only 200 of these.  Principle one is to minimize the amount of time you spend thinking of your flaws.

This too, is a common theme among happiness dwellers and self-help authors. It seams our outward mood is impacted by our inner thoughts, makes sense to me….. So, if we spend time thinking about how fat our thighs are, how messy the house is, how bad our kids are, how much money we dont make, etc, we sure do spend a lot of time thinking about what makes us miserable, of course we are going to walk around miserable. This one seems like…

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Little Ways to Lift Your Mood

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Add a few of these instant get-happy tricks to your arsenal, so you can whip them out whenever you need a burst of bliss.


Experts say you won’t find true joy in a paycheck or miracle wrinkle-remover. According to happiness researcher Sonja Lyubomirsky, PhD, of the University of California, Riverside, life circumstances account for only 10% of happiness. Half depends on our genetic “set point,” which is kind of like the weight our body bounces back to after that crash diet. And about 40% of our happiness is influenced by what we do deliberately to make ourselves happy. Next time you need to turn around a hellish day at work or brighten up a draggy afternoon, try one of these proven tips to lift your mood and make you smile.

1. Flip through Old Photos

When you’re feeling down, break out your kids’ baby albums or pics from…

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How To Focus On What Truly Matters

Buddha and Business

Say NO to the demands of the world.
Say YES to the longings of your own heart.
– Jonathan Lockwood Huie
This is a post from Sid Savara of Analysis Driven Personal Development.

In my life I’ve gone through periods of intense, driven productivity – months where everything fell into place, and my goals almost seemed to accomplish themselves. At the other extreme, there have been times in my life where I was completely overwhelmed, burdened by my different projects and responsibilities – and frustrated because so many of them not only challenged me, but didn’t matter to me. There were days when I asked myself how did I end up here? How did I end up working on all these things that aren’t who I am, and that don’t represent where I am going?

Some of our projects are extremely important to us, some matter a little –…

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