5 Ways to Deal With Your Ego

Here's what you should do when you think life is unfair.
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Have you ever looked around and thought that you deserved more than you've gotten? Of course you have -- we all have. But, there's a positive way to react to those situations that can help push you forward and actually attain your goals, and in this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Jack Canfield wants to help you find that path. Canfield breaks down five tips you can use to tame your expectations and control the only thing you can -- your reactions.

Canfield suggests mindfulness is the key: By replacing negative worrying with images of positive outcomes, or by practicing gratitude, you'll be more ready the next time you feel you got the short end of the stick.

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Related: How to Be Happier and More Appreciative of What You Have

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