13 Ways of Being Mindful and Living Intentionally

Wake up and live.

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  1. The best day — TODAY
  2. The biggest stumbling block — unwillingness
  3. The easiest thing — not fighting for anything
  4. The biggest mistake — to quit
  5. The worst defeat — not being able to conquer yourself
  6. The best teacher — mistakes
  7. The greatest happiness — to make someone happy
  8. The most troublesome flaw — egocentrism
  9. The most beautiful gift — smiling and rippling the effect
  10. The best medicine — giving back
  11. The most powerful force in the world — love for others
  12. The most stimulatory gift — creating luck based on actions
  13. The only reality — the NOW

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Dr. Mila is an internationally known Business and Life Strategist, Decoder of Human Potential, and Change Catalyst. Her mission is simple: 1 million people around the world to Master The Blank Page™ and intentionally live a life of significance. I million people to create the greatest stories ever told, see the future in front of them, fill the pages ahead with matters of their heart, acts of kindness, and incredible stories of inspiration, and hope.

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