It Pays Off to Celebrate Progress

As we put a bow on another year, let’s focus on the GAIN. Grab a piece of paper and write down ten things where your life is better than it was one year ago. Write two or three sentences explaining each.

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Laugh Your Way to A Better Future

In his book, The Positive Dog, Jon Gordon writes, “Children laugh about 400 times a day, while adults laugh only about 25 times. Perhaps we need to be more like children and smile and laugh more. Research shows that smiling produces more serotonin in your brain and laughter reduces stress, increases your immune system, and causes your body to release “feel good” endorphins. Today I want to encourage you to find enough humor to make you laugh and smile for at least 10 minutes.”

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