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  1. INSPIRED ❤️‍🔥 Ignite the Brave Spark Within
  2. COMMITMENT 🤝 Align the Heart & Mind
  3. SELF-AWARENESS 🧭 Navigate with Confidence
  4. PRESENCE 🕊 Embrace the Power of Now
  5. ENOUGH 🤗 Wholehearted Embrace
  6. PREPARED 📋 Clarity to Ease Fear
  7. HEROIC 🦸 Own Your Story
  8. CAPABLE 🛠 Turn Dreams into Reality
  9. VULNERABLE 🛡 Embrace Authentic Living
  10. CURIOUS 🧐 Illuminate the Path Forward
  11. COMPASSIONATE 🧡 Transmuting Fear into Heart-led Action
  12. CALCULATED ~ Take a Leap of Faith
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  13. AMBITIOUS ~ Replace Resistance with Persistence
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  14. DETERMINED ~ Focused Energy to Thrive
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  15. RESOURCEFUL ~ Take Creative Ownership
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  16. FOCUSED ~ Create the Future
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  17. PROGRESSING ~ The Next Best Step
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  18. ADVENTUROUS ~ Embrace the Mystery
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  19. OPTIMISTIC ~ Turn Obstacles into Opportunities
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  20. OUTGOING ~ Support Accountability and Well-being
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  21. HUMBLE ~ Open-hearted Embrace
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  22. GRATEFUL ~ Antidote to a Fearful Mind
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  23. RISKY ~ Avoid Regret
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  24. PERSISTENCE ~ Unleash Inner Grit
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  25. RESILIENT ~ Thrive Through the Struggle
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  26. EUSTRESS ~ Transform Stress into Growth
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  27. CONFIDENT ~ Embody Authentic Power
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  28. CHANGE ~ Embrace Transformation
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  29. GROWTH ~ Mindset to Overcome
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  30. BRAVE ~ Embody the Inner Lion
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In one of the world’s longest studies (75 years) of adult life, as part of the Harvard Study of Adult Development, the clearest takeaway has been that good relationships keep us happier and healthier.

The study found that social connections are really good for us and that loneliness kills. People who are more socially connected are happier, physically healthier, and live longer than people who are less well connected. The experience of loneliness turns out to be toxic, and people who are more isolated than they want to be from others are less happy, experience a decline in their health, and live shorter lives.

Watch as the director of this study, psychiatrist Robert Waldinger, shares these findings in his 12-minute TED Talk:

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