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When we wake up in the morning, we have a new day ahead of us.

It is up to us to decide how to spend that day and look for opportunites that exist for us.

One way to be productive is to examine our internal emotions and attitudes.

Self-examination takes time and effort. You are worth it.

Can you make the time to find out about your inner depth? Do you want to make the time to take an inventory of your feelings? This exercise can become a habit if practiced on a daily basis. it is your choice and yours alone. Make a wishlist and apply your wishlist to your daily life. It is amazing what can come true!

At the end of the day, review in your mind before you slip into sleep what accomplishments you have achieved.

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