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Alex Pana Jun 23
Dear me, The voices of hundreds of people telling you that you're pretty cool should, in theory, weigh at least as much as the one voice that called you an awful, manipulative, selfish person. Currently, that's not the case. Please adjust accordingly. - love, me.
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Mom Succeeds Jun 20
🤓These books can help you improve your life.
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Alex Pana 10h
Dear me, Putting yourself through hell just to make a point can often be counter-productive. Remember that your tombstone will, in all likelihood, not contain personal statistics, such as the number of points successfully made. -love, me. Good advice by
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Alexandra Amor 1h
Our “feelings” and our “reality” are not stable things out in the world that we either accept or reject at face value. via
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Falguni Chaudhari 9h
A bullet journal can help you track habits that you hope to develop.
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Self Help FYS 4h
Strip back your thinking.
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Self Help FYS 5h
Stand tall you're a wonder of nature
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Best For Luxury Jun 20
How to Know if You’re a Messenger with a Unique Message to Share with the World - Accept Your True
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Donna Copeland 5h
Mental flexibility is a good thing in most areas of life. Learn how to form it here.
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Self Help FYS 2h
Live the best you can be, not what others want you to be
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Olivia Barba 10h
Having a positive attitude will help you stop procrastinating.
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Dave 5h
Tell the truth, especially to yourself 😁
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The Wealthy Gardener 7h
Life Lessons on Prosperity between Father and Son “Accumulators think about wealth and what it will mean for their lives.” ––the wealthy gardener
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Defying Depression 4h
Being depressed sucks. Being sick sucks. Being sick and depressed at the same time? Now that REALLY sucks. Learn how I dealt with it in our latest video on Defying Depression. .
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Onald Beauvil 5h
Discipline will always be needed as you try to meet your .
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Dr. John Simms, Ph.D. 14h
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Willie L. Brown Jr. 10h
When it comes to improving self-discipline, slow and steady change wins the race.
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Bri 🌬 Jun 21
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Nasim 4h
Did you know that laughter can reduce stress hormone levels?
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Charlotte Marsh 5h
Found the following three quotes about healing trauma particularly useful
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