Finding happiness: The secret of true living

Develop a healthy self esteem; have self confidence and believe in yourself: A lack of healthy self esteem is an indication that you’re not living and it is a big reason why you are not happy.

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A Happiness Formula in 10 Easy Steps

Happiness is the happiest state of mind. Some people believe in a bright future. They think positively and life leads to Love. They are smiling and cheerful. It seems that they have everything the…

Happiness is the happiest state of mind.

Some people believe in a bright future. They think positively and life leads to Love. They are smiling and cheerful. It seems that they have everything they want.

Are their desires small or they are “Gods of reachable small things,” satisfied and grateful for what they have?

Some people perceive the worst possible outcome, so if it does happen, it happened, and they “knew” that it would. Most likely, they will say, “See, I’ve told you so.” Apparently they are proud and egocentric, but they are really unhappy, sad, lonely and without love.

Are their desires too big or they are “Gods of unreachable big things,” unsatisfied and ungrateful with what they have?

Which side is better?

I believe we should be grateful for what we have at this moment. Start with a small goal, reach it and become a “God of small things.” Be grateful. Then push up your goal, reach it and become a “God of bigger things.” Then make it small for you again, set and reach the next goal and your way will become limitless.

But if you start with a big goal and you don’t succeed several times in a row, how will you feel? Maybe some of us get more strength from that and do it until we succeed. But most of us just quit, right?

The suggestion is to start with a small goal and rise from it. Even the longest road begins with the first step. And though you are not a bird to glide, at least you will not overfly the road. You only have to go one step after another.

Many things, in our lives, make us happy. For some of us, happiness is being in love, for others it is in family, or in abundance, or in success, or in whatever brings a smile upon our faces and peace in our hearts and minds.

Every man is the magnificence at his own shape, perfection one of a kind. You are perfection. He, she is perfection. I am perfection.

Maybe you wonder:

How can it be if we are so different? It can because perfection doesn’t exist. It is not real. We are the best versions of ourselves. That is perfect enough.

All of us individually, different things, situations, events and actions make happy. Wouldn’t it be great if there existed a Special Power which would connect people by those things that make them happy? Then we would easily find someone who suits us, the one who has the same desires, the same goals the same opinions, and we will merge our lives into one successful, happy life. It would be perfect! Everyone would be happy in love and in life.

But life doesn’t work that way.

Life can be an unexpected set of events, and it demands tolerance and a lot of friendship and love from us. Otherwise, where would be the excitement of life if we all know our way from birth to the end? How would we grow and what would we learn if we were the same or if we spend the most time with people that are just like us? Would we really be happy? Or just our ego would be happy because it is self-satisfied?

Happiness Formula

  1. Take a few minutes for yourself.
  2. Find peace inside you and feel your breathing and heartbeat.
  3. Ask yourself this simple question “How are you?”
  4. Answer from your heart.
  5. If the answer is “Great,” “Happy,” “Satisfied,” then you are on the right path. But if the answer is “Unhappy,” “Sad,” “Lonely” or it is just silence, then you have to ask yourself another question: “What would make you happy? ” The answer is your wish.
  6. Make a goal from your wish.
  7. Feel it!
  8. Do it! Make an action plan and do one by one an action by action. You will reach it! And when you accomplish it, you will feel satisfactionFree Reprint Articles, and satisfaction leads to happiness.
  9. Do not stop!
  10. Take responsibility of your life and create your happiness

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 

Catherine B. Roy is an author and Founder of “Live from Your Heart and Mind” (LHM) community, Awarded Top 30 Under 30 Young Leaders in the World, Member of The Wellness Universe, Award Winning Artist and Scientist, Poet, Philosopher and Published Author whose stimulating, upbeat and inspirational writings have helped countless people in the world. It has helped them solve personal problems, infuse their lives with hope, energy and success, and remarkably improve people’s relationships at work and at home.

As the author and founder of the “Live from Your Heart and Mind”, Catherine is the guiding force behind the “LHM” system for increasing a person’s emotional and intellectual capacity, and inspiring them to positive change and accomplishment.

5 Keys to Success

Treating people with respect wins trust and develops lasting relationships. Here’s what to do.

1) Be on time. In fact, arrive early for appointments and meetings. Plan time milestones in your daily schedule that tell you when to begin transferring to an appointment. That is, note when you will stop working on a task, begin collecting resource materials, and start traveling. Allow time for delays in travel, especially if driving. Consider: The fastest way to destroy people’s trust in you is to waste their time.

2) Communicate with others. Answer your phone and return phone calls. Listen carefully and completely when people talk to you. Show an interest in others before telling about yourself. When making phone calls devote all of your attention to what the other person is saying (instead of time sharing with other tasks, such as checking e-mail or playing computer games). Phone others only when you can devote full attention to what the other person is saying. Consider: ignoring people is rude and unprofessional.

3) Plan projects. For example, always prepare an agenda for meetings. Contact key participants before the meeting to hear their views, solicit suggestions for agenda items, and coach them on how to prepare for the meeting. Send agendas far enough before the meeting so that people have time to prepare. Consider: Bad meetings demonstrate an inability to provide leadership.

4) Be courteous. Find the good in everyone. Compliment others. Avoid starting or listening to gossip. Never ridicule, insult, or make fun of other people. Use positive words, always speaking about what you want and how you want things to be. Avoid suggesting motives or assigning judgments for other people’s actions and views. Consider: Discourtesy damages all relationships.

5) Help others. Be a mentor for newcomers. Share ideas. Teach people skills that will help them excel. Work with a spirit of abundance. Seek win/win results. Let others speak first, even on issues where you are an expert. Give first without attaching a receipt for return favors. Consider: Selfish people end up working harder.