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As a thoughtful, spiritual person of action, for you, there is a time to leave your comfort zone. You know what to do. You don't have to wait for permission to do the right thing. Be decisive. Take the initiative.

Skip lunch and bring home flowers, a toy or a movie.

Be there to listen to someone in need.

When a dirty job must be done, as other balk, step up.

Offer your seat, hold open the door, smile and share.

Turn off the TV and read a bedtime story to your child.

Tell those you love how much you appreciate them.

When something is wrong, speak up and act.

Go to the gym. Say a prayer. Call your mother.

Buy one property and then five more.

None of this is easy but because it may be hard, because you are tough, because you are willing to do what others can't or won't, you challenge yourself to be the best you. As you write, think and act, a wonderful thing will begin to happen; it is called momentum. You will feel exhilarated. Your enthusiasm and pride in your accomplishments will spur you forward to accomplish ever more. Momentum builds. Momentum will serve to further bolster your self-confidence.

Today, in the next hour, right now act and feel the glow of accomplishment. It feels good over and over again.

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