Shift your present mindset and enjoy the process. That’s the key to living a successful, happy life.
Rekindle a relationship with yourself, your own version of happiness and a life full of significance.
Most of our daily habits are small and, because they’re automatic, we barely notice them and how they affect our life. What if we used these small moments to improve our well-being?
Destination addiction is the belief that happiness is in the destination or can be found somewhere else rather than in the present.
The people you spend the most time with make the most difference.
If you are enjoying the process of whatever you are trying to achieve, the odds will be in your favor to stay motivated and reach the outcome you desire.
People who are both successful and happy intentionally structure their activities around four major needs: happiness, achievement, significance and legacy.
Contrary to popular misconceptions, taking time away from your problems may actually help you reap one of the greatest competitive advantages that exists today.
Changing your habits in the name of greater happiness is one of the best things that you can do for yourself.
Your happiness is a deep, personal journey. If you want to create an authentic sense of joy, write your own rules for staying positive.