This report includes powerful tips related to the secrets of happy people.
It also includes three actionable steps you can take right away and a list of suggested reading for those people who are looking for even more information.
© Kathleen Crawford 2021
What makes people happy? If you have been struggling with trying to be happy yourself, perhaps it’s time to see how happy people are doing it. By learning what they do, you can emulate them for success.
- People go between states of emotions constantly.
You can be happy for a brief period, and then you are thinking about something that stresses you out. Even people who seem happy all the time go through changes in emotion. These people are more likely to be content. No one is genuinely happy all the time. This is an important concept to learn so you don’t put too much pressure on yourself when you see others who seem happy.
- Consider what you have in life.
Are you in good health? If you aren’t in good health and can do something about it, then that is a key area to focus on. Learn how to eat right, even if you have to hire a nutritionist. Incorporate exercise into your routine. It’s not necessary to become a gym rat to get in shape. You can become healthier by walking frequently.
- Happiness is not just about money.
Although having enough to provide for your family is less stressful, people who are happy in life don’t care much about money. When people become obsessed with money, they can usually obtain it. But it doesn’t lower their stress. In fact, the obsession often raises stress because it becomes the sole focus.
- People who are happy don’t chase dollars.
They are content with what they are doing and don’t worry about trying to squeeze out another salary increase. It’s okay to get them occasionally but obsessing about money all the time can distract you from becoming the best at your work. People who are happy often are experts in what they do. They made it this way because they stuck with it and didn’t make money their sole focus.
- It’s rare to find people who are happy and who don’t have any friends.
Socializing is a key factor when trying to be happy. You don’t need dozens of friends. When you have a few that you can trust, that will be all that is necessary. Social media can help you keep in touch, but if you can get together with those close friends, you’ll find it is more satisfying.
- Try to make your home an environment where everyone feels safe.
People who are happy, know that family is important. They know that their homes should be a sanctuary. If it’s not, they take steps to correct the situation. Spending time with a loving family is a huge part of what makes people happy.
|Make a list of what you currently have. List both material items and intangible items. Sometimes, all that is needed to snap out of a bad mood is to refer to your list. You will see that your life is not bad, and you have most, if not all, of what you need.||Prepare a meal plan for the next thirty days. Work with a nutritionist and get a solid plan. Eating the right foods can help you improve your outlook. It will give you more energy and will start to make you feel better. This can only make you happier.||
Set up a time to hang out with close friends once per month. If you have lost touch with some people, try to reconnect. You could also try making new friends. Make it a point to go to in-person locations. You can peruse the local paper or look online for meetings or groups of interest that are happening in your area.
- The Happiness Advantage:
- Resisting Happiness:
- The Happiness Project (Revised Edition):
- 52 Lists for Happiness:
- Hardwiring Happiness: