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I was learning how to live life from those fighting for it.

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With every passing moment, your life story is being written.

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You’re never fully in control of what happens to you, but you are absolutely, 100 percent in control of what it means and therefore how it feels.

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The art of moment making is creatively taking all that surrounds you, good or bad, and intentionally making the most of it for yourself and others.

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“Until you get honest with yourself,” he said, “you can’t change. ”.

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You might not choose your seat, but you can always choose a front row experience.

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Ryland Engelhart, co-owner of Cafe Gratitude, he said, “Ask for what you want, be grateful for what you get. ”.

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Be grateful for what we have while we pursue what we want.

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If you don’t like your seat, change it. If you can’t change it, make the most of it. You might not choose your seat in life, but you can always choose to have a front row experience.

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When your why has heart, your how gets legs.

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When you're surrounded by people who share a passionate commitment around a common purpose, anything is possible. —HOWARD SCHULTZ, CEO OF STARBUCKS.

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The second we turned the conversation to serving others, miraculously, I wasn’t tired anymore. I found the source of true energy: contribution.

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First, we managed the moment. We took one moment at a time and dealt with the obstacle directly in front of us.

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Second, we set small goals. We didn’t think about running 52 miles, we thought about running one mile, 52 times.

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Third, we celebrated our progress, rather than waiting until the end.

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Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in ten years. —BILL GATES.

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Hope brings the future into the present moment and makes now better.

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The more we find power in now, the better then will be.

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When we celebrate our past experiences, we bring back positive emotions, which make now better.

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Life is happening now. Being a moment maker is about making the most of now.

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Don’t fight forces, use them. —BUCKMINSTER FULLER.

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Expectancy theory, an idea coined by Victor Vroom of the Yale School of Management. The basic concept is that the brain acts on what it thinks will happen next.

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Shawn Achor, a happiness researcher and the author of The Happiness Advantage, says, “The mental construction of our daily activities, more than the activity itself, defines our reality. ”.

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Having hope not only inspires us with a new vision for the future, but it helps us deal with our fears by redirecting our focus.

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Wishful thinking says, “I wish something were different,” while hope says, “I’m going to make the difference. ”.

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Good and bad exist in each moment; we must choose which one gets our time, energy, and focus.

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Instead of celebrating we seek to be amused or entertained. Celebration is an active state, an act of expressing reverence or appreciation.

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Celebration is amplification.

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Celebration, “It is about looking forward to something in the future, intensifying the present moment, or reflecting on positive experiences from the the past. ” She often refers to celebration as savoring. Celebration focuses our energy, usually with other people, on something positive we want to highlight.

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Martin Seligman, the founder of positive psychology, which demonstrated that writing down three good things at the end of each day increases happiness by 2 percent after one week, 5 percent after one month, and 9 percent after six months. 1.

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