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    Live fully each day

    The happiest people of this world and the unhappiest 
    people of this world often experience similar things in
    their day:   

    Challenges at the office, traffic filled motorways, the 
    seemingly endless stream of negative news and 
    constant levels of change.  

    What separates the happy from the unhappy is that the
    joyful ones give their mental focus to different things, because
    true harmony is to be found within you, not outside of you.  

    Here are two simple strategies to help you live fully each day: 

    1: Count Your Blessings 

    All too often, in the crush of daily life, we fail to notice all the 
    good things in our lives. We focus on the less than ideal job 
    or the endless time in traffic or on the mountain of bills. By 
    taking a few minutes out of your busy day to count your 
    blessings, you will bring a sense of perspective to your life 
    that might be missing. Give silent thanks for the great 
    country you live in, your good health and loving family, 
    the fact that you have a roof over your head and food 
    on the dinner table. Counting your blessings will remind 
    you of the good in your life that most take for granted. 

    2: Laugh More 

    The average 4 year old laughs 300 times a day while the 
    average adult laughs 15 times a day. Make the time to 
    watch a funny movie or share a belly laugh with your child. 
    Laughter relaxes you and ensures that you don’t take yourself 
    too seriously. 

    Action Exercise: 

    Write down ten things that make you laugh. Then schedule at 
    least one of these things into each day 

    At Resilient Minds we help our clients to develop high resilience
    so they can perform at high levels on the really important
    things in both their work and personal lives. 

    Have a great week. 

    Jamie Ford
    Kim Tay
    Thought Leaders in Productivity and Wellbeing

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