#Winning

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Nothing Wrong With Being A Thinker

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There seems to be a global shaming campaign about being a “thinker” and not a “doer” that has perpetuated society. I personally hope that it was actually intended for the daydreamer who sits all day, wishing for the stars, do nothing about achieving them and keeping all of that to themselves. And somehow all of that got lost in translation and now anyone who thinks get lump into that negatively slanted category – “thinker”.
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If only thinking was easy and that everyone would do it. Here lies the beauty of how people are fashioned. To each his own path. There are meant to be thinkers, doers and sometimes crossovers. Communication and spreading of the respective thoughts and ideas are what sow the seeds in the minds of the pure doers to take action. Therein lies the beauty of diversity.
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So if you consider yourself a thinker, be an awesome one. Make sure you share and spread your thoughts in the best manner possible to as many as you can. That in itself is contribution.

Practise Being Grateful

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We all can be grateful in the good times. But when bad things happen, how many of us can still be grateful? To be able to find gratitude in that trying times.
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When we get pulled into a negative situation, or any situation for that matter, most of us rarely take a step back and view things from a macro perspective.
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Emotions are not easy to control and often times they get the better of us. However, they are never an excuse to give up on trying to live better.
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This might sound weird, but one way I know helps (but by no means does this mean than I do not occasionally fall into the emotional trappings of a situation) is to practise being grateful. By setting aside a bit of time in your daily schedule to write/type out the things that you are grateful for at that moment in your life is a good way to start to cultivate your gratitude muscle.
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The time I find best is to get it done amongst the first few things you do after you wake up. Set an alarm for it if you must. Make recording it down a habit. Start with three things that you are grateful for and then gradually increase it to five. Challenge yourself to record down something different from time to time.
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I find that putting them all in one place is great. So if you like writing it in a journal, by all means go for it. If you want something that is easy to reach and very accessible, I would recommend any notes application on your mobile devices. I personally use Evernote for it. Whatever works for you.