Lessons learned about joyfulness

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Did you know that how you feel about joyfulness in general, and about
a specific goal is related to how you feel about your lessons learned
about joyfulness?

For your consideration here are a few ideas about joyfulness.
Joyfulness is…

…a sustainable feeling
…an important emotion that leads to a healthy life-style
…exhilaration, exuberance, and exultation.

Conclusions, and takeaways

Accept your joyfulness.

Take your lessons learned about joyfulness to the next level
when you…

Accept, and acknowledge that your life is happening for you,
and not to you
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Bottom line: Emotional, and physical well-being is yours when you decide to
have joyfulness in your day,

The choice is yours!

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