Lessons learned about joy

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Do you know how you feel about joy?

How does joy make you feel?

What does joy mean to you?

Here are a few ideas about joy for your consideration.

Joy is…

…a pleasurable, and satisfying feeling

…an attitude that puts a smile on your face

…experiencing your most heart-felt goals

Conclusions, and takeaways: Joy is found everywhere.

You are able to take your lessons learned about joy to the next
level when you…

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Bottom line: Joy is happiness being, knowing, and loving who
you are!

The choice is yours!

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lessons learned about joy.

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What are your lessons learned about joy?

As soon as you accept, and feel safe to share how your lessons
learned about joy
has helped you get more done with less distress
share them below…

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