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Now is the most important time.

Now is the most important time, not the past, not the future, but right now. We think we'll be happier if something better should happen to us in the future. However, the grass is not always greener when we get there. So, let's do our best to enjoy and make the most of what's before us now. If we do this, we'll have times of joy no matter what happens in our future. Enjoy the Positive Masters universe here at for mindset and business practices, motivational writing and podcast, and apparel and accessories with inspirational mantras to boost your happiness and counter any anxiety, sadness, or anger that you may be facing.

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1: Positive Masters Show Podcast - 3 Daily Gratitude Practices to Boost Your Happiness! (Full Episode)

 1: Positive Masters Show - 3 Daily Gratitude Practices to Boost Your Happiness! 3 gratitude practices that you can do daily to boost your happiness: Express your gratitude from the moment you wake up until you go to sleep. Identify things to be grateful for during your good times and bad times. When good things happen, write down how grateful you for those wonderful moments. Also, if you use something you're grateful for, write it down. As mentioned, I'm an affiliate of Artlist. You can hear more of Artlist's music and purchase their songs for your personal enjoyment or business here: Artlist I use Google Calendar, Google Keep, Gmail, and Google Drive in Google's G Suite for my business...

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Don't assume responsibility for something you're not responsible for.

Cognitive Distortions 10 - Don't assume responsibility for something you're not responsible for. For example, you have a friend who is abusive towards his girlfriend, so you have a talk with him on ways to resolve an issue without resorting to violence. After a number of heart-to-heart talks, your friend hits his girlfriend again. This crushes you, and you tell yourself, "I must be a bad friend." No, you did the best you could to reach out to your friend to change his behavior, but he didn't. What your friend ultimately does, is his responsibility, not yours. Maybe you're helping your little cousin to do her homework. However, she still doesn't complete her homework. Don't put blame on yourself. You...

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