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September 13, 2008

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Positive Thinker

I found this great article on making the most out of your daily affirmations, it's called Maximizing Positive Affirmations and I think it works well to compliment the www.ipopin.com stuff, because instead of giving you affirmations the way ipopin does, it just gives you some simple techniques for getting the most out of them...
Anyways, I thought I'd add it to the list!

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