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Have a Magnificent Day!

Practice Random KindnessWhat is the fastest way to feel good and turn your life around?  Give or help another person…and give with kindness and love.

Doing good deeds, thinking good thoughts and having good feelings create positive belief systems.  It also feels good.  Helping other people is an amazing way to create good for ourselves in so many ways.

When you do something good for someone else, you take your focus off yourself.  This is one of the best ways to cure any type of negativity, worry, anxiety or fear.  You can’t think or be fearful about yourself while being focused helping someone else.
The mind is a terrible thing to waste and too much time and energy is wasted by people thinking, especially about negative things.  95% of all negative thoughts never happen. 

What would happen if you stopped worrying and being negative?
Doing something positive like helping someone else is a great alternative.

Can you imagine what the world would be like if every person did something nice for another person every day?  People can be so consumed with trying to take care of themselves.  One of the wonderful benefits of helping others is you feel great and also create good for yourself in the process.

“It is one of the most beautiful compensations in life…that no man can sincerely try to help another without helping himself.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Smiling at someone, a kind word, opening the door for another, or letting someone in front of you while driving can change a person’s day or life.  It is incredible what a random act of kindness can do, both for the person receiving and giving.

Take a chance and see what happens by making eye contact with a stranger and smiling.
See what happens and what your day is like by doing three kind things today.
Start looking at how you can help others every day and watch your life expand with joy and fulfillment.

We can change the world.

Be a Smile Millionaire!

blessings,

🙂 Lee
The MEGA Coach

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