personal deelopment and self empowerment

  Working Toward A Happy Life

   The secret to a happy life is in being optimistic; to always see the glass as half-full. The tricky part comes when we encounter roadblocks along the way.

   We know that life is not always a walk in the park, so to speak.

   Problems come in two forms: ones that are easy to solve and ones that look nearly impossible to overcome. It's simple to say that life is sweet when we are able to overcome a difficult situation.

   When things start to go against us, we forget about our basic beliefs and let situations like these affect our overall outlook.

   It takes a lot of practice to become a positive person, but once we do, we will live happier lives.

   Happiness is not a state of mind that can be achieved with just a snap of our fingers.

   Happiness is a choice we make and it is the attitude we need to instill in ourselves every single day.

   If you need to take some time off to become the kind of person that oozes out confidence and that brings warmth to everyone, then do it. Take a step back and reevaluate your life. If the work you do makes you an angry person, then maybe it's time that you rethink your career path.

Strive for happiness with these steps:

   1. Write down the things that make you happy - make an inventory of all your dreams, ask yourself how you can achieve them, and start working on them now. The tendency to procrastinate is what gets you into trouble. The longer you sulk, then the bigger the problems become.

   2. Have a healthy outlet for your anger - you need to let your frustrations out. Talk to someone if you must or go to the gym to pump out those happy hormones. Studies show that people who exercise are more readily able to find solutions to their problems.

   3. Have a support system - with great friends and a caring family, the burden doesn't have to entirely rest on your shoulders.

   4. Be thankful for what you have - the saying, "when life gives you lemons, make lemonade," is sheer genius. Life may not be all that you wanted it to be. Face the problem head on and see the good that comes out of it.

   5. Pray - believing in a higher power has gotten many people out of even the toughest of situations.

   Just don't be too hard on yourself - it will often times hinder you from being victorious. What stops you from pursuing your path? If it's because you just don't believe in yourself that much, then you need to know that mistakes can only slow you down. You can still move on after you slip-up because at least then you'll know what you shouldn't do.
                                                                                       Richard Rossbauer
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 It's not how many times you fall that counts,
                 but the number of times you got up despite
                 the hard fall that helps achieve happiness
                 in your life.

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