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Look For The Best - CM Minute

Detectives are trained to look for things that the average person might notice.  They need to practice the skills they learn.  They are always noticing the smallest details.

We can be detectives, too.  We can start noticing the little things about people.  The good things about them.  The longer you practice looking for the good in people, the easier it becomes to find it.  When you constantly look for the good in your parents, brothers, sisters, friends and neighbors the good things about you are easier for them to see.  Another great thing that happens when you work at being a "good" detective is that you become happier!  Finding the good in others makes us better people.

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