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July 02, 2009

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Mike Marn

Thanks, Michelle,

Sometimes these reminders, though they seem obvious, can make more difference than the most fact-filled, how-to post. Following the same line of thinking as the post....can you immediately classify friends, acquaintances, and co-workers into one camp or the other? And which group has more people you enjoy spending time with?

I am going to be more positive today as a result of this!

Mike Marn

AliSwi

Your attitude dictates your experiences. This is great news because only you have control over your attitude. Michael Losier is a speaker, coach, and linguistics practitioner who encourages people to completely remove the words “no, not, and don’t” from their vocabulary. This can be a little difficult at first but it encourages you to focus on the things that you do want in life.

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