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    Self Improvement
    By writing down what you're grateful for, you can tackle a busy day with more verve and focus.
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    In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Jeff Rose talks about one of his favorite ways to jump-start his day: journaling. By journaling for a short slice of time every day, Rose explains, his mind is more level and prepared for what's ahead. 

    The journal sets a precedent to inject a daily dose of gratitude and positive affirmation that can create a space for positivity. 

    Rose shares this technique with his children, as well, enjoying the activity of seeing what they are grateful for -- including the pleasure of waking up and getting to school, or playing basketball with their dad.

    On the other end, for busy adults, five minutes of journaling can be a great way to make time for yourself during a hectic day and appreciate what most matters.  

    Click play to hear more about what the five-minute journal can do for you. 

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