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Cultivate gratitude

You will transform your life if you develop your gratitude muscle, especially if you are prone to complaining, criticizing or judging. Gratitude will provide you a springboard to reach the top in style. By all means, cultivate gratitude.

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Manage success wisely

Many variables may factor in whatever success we experience. Of course we value our abilities and attitude, but external forces and imponderables may well be the wind in our sails. Managing success wisely appears to be the key to greater success.

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Prioritize reading good books

Reading good books stands out as the best tool at our disposal to develop ourselves, nurture a lofty vision, and bring to pass great achievements. This habit not only speaks to our mental growth, but also promotes good health, and enhances harmonious social interactions.

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Protect Planet Earth

As human activities have thrown our planet out of balance, it behooves us, in particular at the government level, to adjust the technologies we use and address the impending threat hovering over the well-being and survival of mankind. New habits, new policies, new lifestyles must be on the front burner to keep our environment, including the oceans, clean, to regenerate and protect our forests, and to bring our societies in sync with nature requirements. 

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Harness the power of your creativity

Mankind survival and progress depends on the judicious adaptation and novel solutions to personal and collective issues. Therefore, we must keep our minds sharpened, engaged, and scanning the horizon for new opportunities, impending challenges and threats, and tailored skills and technologies. As a consequence, our businesses will thrive and our communities will blossom.

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Guard your heart

Like it or not, our subconscious mind is impressionable. We take the influence of elements in our environment, especially when we happen to like them, in part or whole. Although they initially go against our values, we get familiar with them and end up practicing them. Actually they act like a Trojan horse, an apparent gift effect that eventually shackles our willpower. 

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“To concede defeat when you are entrusted with a mission amounts to jeopardizing the utility and quality of the rest of your life. Is it worth it?”

Jean Ricot Dormeus, Land of Dormant Dreams – A Walk into the Future, p. 61