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Today Mirrors Yesterday * Change Today and Get a Different Tomorrow

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Your today, mirrors your yesterdays. Change your today and get a different tomorrow. What you do daily, what you speak daily, where you go daily is the total sum of who you are today. If you want a different tomorrow, than what you had yesterday, change your today. I do politics, praise and productivity daily. I never leave out even one. All too many people have little faith in either. I placed my all into the three, years ago for the best life possible. My today mirrors my yesterdays. I've worked all my adult life. I never stopped learning. My deliberate actions is always to do right by others. When I fail, I never beat myself up. For I know there is no greatness in mankind and that includes myself. All that I do, I do to prosper in someway. My key element is I prosper knowing I have helped others. I know that I get good at what I do daily. So daily I continue to learn more and apply that which I have learned to make myself a better person. We have an elected body, known as government. We hire people in government to hire others to improve our lives in the areas we are not able to do collectively. There are corrupt beings working for the people and this is something we, as a collective body known as voters can and must do. Don't spend your days complaining. You'll only get good at complaining, and  I know of no success that comes from complaining. Daily thoughts shine bright in our today's and tomorrows. Beginning today, practice speaking and thinking success. Learn to phrase issues in a positive manner and you will begin to change outcomes. Claim your desires and learn to speak and think those desire. Work on issues that matter to you. When you change your thoughts, you change your speech, you change your circumstances and you find yourself more pleased than not.

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