Lessons learned about zest

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Being present in the moment is your key to
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Did you know how you feel about zest is related to how you
feel about your lessons learned about zest?
For your consideration here are a few ideas about zest.

Zest is…
…a holistic approach to living life to the fullest

…about your courage, and motivation

…seen in your energy, enthusiasm, and excitement

                      Conclusions, and takeaways
Accept your zest.

You take your lessons learned about zest to the next level
when you…
Are ready 
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Bottom line: “Zest is…a concept of courage, and involves
acquiring the motivation to complete challenging situations
and tasks.” (Source: Wikipedia)

The choice is yours!

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