If you have ever thought "things will get better once I get a promotion" or "once this week is over I'll feel better" - then you may want to listen to Shamir's perspective on feeling good before experiencing good. There is a biological imperative that must be understood before one can shape the outcome of his or her reality. The science of feeling good before experiencing good is supported by peer-reviewed publications where improvements in cognitive functioning , immune bolstering and resilience building is evidenced by simply feeling gratitude and appreciation.

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