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4: Positive Masters Show Podcast - When things go wrong, be patient with yourself - Audiogram

When things go wrong, be patient with yourself. Celebrating or at least acknowledging your little wins are extremely important for your progress. It's also very important for your mental health because you release dopamine that elevates your mood. Your slow progress could potentially lead you to a major breakthrough. This is a clip from Episode 4 of the Positive Masters Show - Matching Your Passions With Your Projects. Subscribe to our podcast on your favorite podcast platform and our Positive Masters Youtube Channel. In this picture, the model is wearing our Monkey Mind Logo Unisex T-Shirt to encourage you to keep moving forward towards your dreams even when your monkey mind challenges you. You can purchase this shirt here at...

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4: Positive Masters Show Podcast - Learn and Grow - Audiogram

This is a clip from Episode 4 of the Positive Masters Show - Matching Your Passions With Your Projects. The rewards you get from your passion projects are the wonderful feelings you get when you learn and grow. In the picture is our Resilience Mantra Women's Fit T-Shirt worn by our model, which you can purchase at www.positivemaster.com. Subscribe to our podcast on your favorite podcast platform and our Positive Masters Youtube Channel. Enjoy the Positive Masters universe here at www.positivemasters.com for mindset and business practices, motivational podcast episodes and writing, and apparel and accessories with inspirational mantras to boost your happiness and counter any anxiety, sadness, or anger that you may be facing. In the future, we'll be offering...

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My wish is for angry people to find happiness.

My wish is for angry people to find happiness. Here's a practice that you can do to help end the cycle of anger for anger. When a person lashes his/her anger at you, stay calm, walk away, and sincerely wish that person happiness from within your soul. Here's our Angry Explosion Flip Flops. We made this character cute for a reason - to remind yourself to play a role in ending the cycle of anger and violence. Inside every angry person is a vulnerable soul that is deeply in pain. You can purchase these flip flops from Positive Masters here: Angry Explosion Flip Flops. Enjoy the Positive Masters universe here at www.positivemasters.com for mindset practices, motivational writing, business development strategies,...

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Financial peace is about having enough money to happily live the life you want to live.

Financial peace is about having enough money to happily live the life you want to live. You define your happiness level and the amount of money you need and desire. Avoid social comparison. Focus on your needs and desires. If you have a family, include your family's needs and desires. Highlighted in this picture is our Financial Peace Unisex T-Shirt in white. One of our main characters in the +positive masters+ universe is Master 5 who's shown on the design of this shirt in the middle of the money bill because he's the master of positive wealth and financial peace, a practice of managing income, expenses, and investments to have a healthy cash flow. He's also a practitioner in creating multiple...

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Don't scold yourself or others for falling short of your standards.

Cognitive Distortions - Part 8Don't scold yourself or others for falling short of your standards.  Do you find yourself telling yourself, "I should've done this" or "I should've done that"? These type of words and the tone of them can create unnecessary frustration in your life. When you have goals, it's human to fall short at times. No one achieves everything they want. Take a closer look at your journey and all the knowledge, skills, and relationships you've gained. Don't you think all of them are wins? They are! Now, the same goes for how you judge others. Don't scold them for falling short of your standards. I repeat "your standards," which could be blown out of proportion (another cognitive...

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