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The 7 Bad Habits of Highly Unhealthy People

There are a number of reasons why many of us fail to take control of our health. 

Everything from time, lack of quality information, and motivation play a roll in our success or failure.

But there’s another set of lesser-known reasons why you aren’t as healthy as you’d like: the thoughts in your head…

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In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity
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Choose the Life You Really Want

– advancedlifeskills.com/blog/

Choose the Life You Really Want
Everything we do in life is a choice, and I think most of us realize that. But what most people don’t seem to realize is that everything we don’t do in life is also a choice. Every day we choose to do some things and to not do other things.
Sometimes choosing not to do something is the wisest choice…

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Ten Winnie-isms

– garygreenfield.com/blog.html

Ten Winnie-isms 
Some people just seem to connect to other people more effectively than others.  It usually comes about as a result of being able to cut-through to the absolute core of any message shared with others.  In my opinion, Winston Churchill was one of those people.  He led the British people through, as he called it, “their finest hour…

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A Review: “I Believe” by Eldon Taylor.

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A Review: “I Believe” by Eldon Taylor.Review by Irene Conlan –
This is one of those “easy to read little books” that has a huge impact on your thinking and in the quiet moments invades your thought-space with questions and ponderings.  I say it is easy to read because the chapters are short – what I think of as “bite-sized chapters” – just enough to set your mind on a journey of discovery…

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