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Grow the life you want.

Grow the life you want.
The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The next best time is now. Mindbloom was created by people who know that life improvement can be hard, time-consuming and expensive. The Life Game seeks to make life improvement accessible to everyone. Do you have a few minutes today to make the most of your life? Decide what's important. Grow a Life Tree that reminds you of what's important to you and why. Discover your motivation. Nurture your tree through images and music that represent your passions and purpose—the real motivation behind your intentions. Take meaningful action Keep your tree green and healthy through small actions that support your passions and purpose—the building blocks of natural growth.

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