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The Joy Of Loving-Kindness (10 Seconds of Mindfulness)

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Do you hate your job? Are you feeling stressed, anxious or unmotivated when you shouldn’t be?

Nonsense.

This happens to the best of us and overcoming it shouldn’t be a mystery.

Try this 10 second exercise to reward yourself with the Joy of Loving-Kindness…

Whether you are at work, school or at home, identify two human beings who have walked by you or are sitting around you.

Secretly wish for them to be happy. Just think, “I wish for this person to be happy, and I wish for that person to be happy.”

That is it.

Don’t say anything. This is entirely a thinking exercise.

It turns out that being on the giving end of a kind thought is rewarding in and of itself… All other things being equal, to increase your happiness.

To Your Ultimate Success & Abundance,
Jeff

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Jeffrey Ito
A graduate of University of Southern California from Los Angeles, California with a Bachelors of Science in Industrial & Systems Engineering and an SAP Specialization. Jeffrey Ito is an entrepreneur who loves new technologies such as 3D printing, Neural Interfaces, Bitcoin, and iPhone apps. He is the Founder of Lithium Gold, Inc and Digital Green Tea - more than an SEO company. We are an experience founded on teamwork, transparency and achieving massive results. Jeff enjoys helping people gain an edge with 21st Century break-through technologies. His ultimate vision is to create optimized technology systems that help improve the lives of other people. If there's any questions, comments or feedback you have for me - feel free to contact me at any time.
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