True Secret to Happiness. True happiness is enjoying your own company and living in peace and harmony with your body, mind and soul. True happiness is state of mind constantly being in love with yourself. For being truly happy you neither need other people nor materialistic things. “Happiness is the consequence of personal effort.
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Staying Mentally Strong. At one time or another, you’re bound to face a crisis. Your loved one might be diagnosed with a terminal condition. Your marriage might come to an end. You may find yourself in a dire financial situation. The list could go on and on. No matter who you are, how much you earn, how rock solid your life feels, crises are inevitable. But, the way you respond to these crises is optional. Staying strong during a crisis is key to getting through tough times.
Improve Your Self Discipline. There are many important qualities that can contribute to a person’s achievements and happiness, but there is only one that begets sustainable, long-term success in all aspects of life: self discipline. Whether in terms of your diet, fitness, work ethic or relationships, self discipline is the number one trait needed to accomplish goals, lead a healthy lifestyle, and ultimately, be happy.
The Art of Better Decision Making. What is it that makes some of us better – or worse – than others at committing to a choice? What are the forces that hold us back, and how can we successfully overcome them? Every facet of our lives depends on the decisions we make. Yet, how often do we pause to reflect on our ability to make the best and smartest choices? The key is how we confront and refine the decision making process.
Achieving Goals Regardless of Life Challenges. Regardless of where your journey leads, it’s important to be able to continue making progress to meet the goals you’ve established for yourself. Through the tough times, staying focused on what you want in life will keep your spirits up, give you purpose and infuse happiness into your daily life.
How to Bear Information Overload. Information overload (also known as infobesity, infoxication, information anxiety, and information explosion) is the difficulty in understanding an issue and effectively making decisions when one has too much information about that issue, and is generally associated with the excessive quantity of daily information.
The human mind can achieve only what is expected of it. If you think you can, you are right. But the minute you say, I am not capable of that, you are actually training your brain to live up to your diminished expectations. You cannot do what you do not expect of yourself. What I suggest is to use more of your intelligence, more of what you know, more of what you can do, and more of what you are capable of. Get going. Move forward. Aim High. Plan a take-off. Change your attitude and gain some altitude.