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"Don't dream it. Be it!"
- Richard O'Brian
"He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often and loved much."
- Bessie Anderson Stanley
"If you don't go after what you want, you'll never have it. If you don't ask, the answer is always no. If you don't step forward, you're always in the same place."
- Nora Roberts
"Henry Ford could get anything out of men because he just talked and would tell them stories. He'd never say, 'I want this done!' He'd say, 'I wonder if we can do it.'"
- George Brown
"Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night."
- Edgar Allen Poe
"The key to happiness is having dreams; the key to success is making them come true."
- James Allen
"Life is a series of problem-solving opportunities. The problems you face will either defeat you or develop you depending on
how you respond to them."
- Rick Warren
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Editor’s Note by Helene Malmsio
Wow, we are half way through 2018 already - how did that happen?
I'm wishing for you that this year is turning out so far to be the year that you hoped for, and that life is being kind to you and your loved ones.
I'll be having a big birthday this month, and I don't actually like becoming that age! So, I think I'll pretty much ignore my birthday this year.
Being happy should be so simple, yes? But when life is throwing obstacles in your path at every turn, it can be near impossible to feel any hope or optimism, never mind to be beaming with happiness all day, every day
But there is no denying what Abraham Lincoln said, that most people are about as happy as they CHOOSE TO BE. Ponder that for a second
The fact is that sometimes we become so conditioned to dodging the blows of life, that we develop an attitude of assuming the worst of life, from the minute we open our eyes every day, to when we go to bed and hide under the
Good news is that it doesn't have to be that way. Develop the mental ability to emotionally support yourself to be optimistic and looking for happiness to celebrate at every turn.
Develop the mental and emotional muscle to achieve control over mood swings, and to be able to manage your response to events around you every day.
And a good starting point is to work out exactly what it is that you are looking for in life, what are the events or things that make you happy and put a spring in your step. It is up to you, no one else can do it for you.
Take responsibility for learning how to be happier - You got it
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"Everyday Happiness: Unlock the Happiness You Deserve"
What could be more universal than the pursuit of happiness?
Do you know anyone that opens their eyes in the morning and thinks, “I hope I have a miserable day”?
Everyone is striving in their own way to experience more happiness and less misery. There are a variety of ways that we attempt to accomplish this.
• Career success
• Social life
• Accumulation of possessions
• Spending time in nature
• And more
But make no mistake about it, everyone is striving to be happy. Some people believe they’ll be happier if they amass a billion-dollar fortune.
Others believe they’ll achieve happiness by sacrificing every dollar in their bank account for the needy.
There’s no one way to achieve happiness. Your pursuit of happiness is entirely dependent on your values and interpretation of the world.
instinctively move from pain toward relief. Humans have the capability to form complex mental constructs that lead them all over the place.
That’s why we observe such a wide variety of approaches to chasing happiness. Some of those places make sense while others are more than a little odd.
Compare that to your common canine. Your dog just wants a warm place to sleep, some companionship, playtime, and a regular meal. Humans are more complex.
Your dog is always happy to see you, even if you haven’t been particularly nice to him lately. Is that just because he’s a “dumb dog,” or is it because he has a happier philosophy on life?
The Buddhists believe that happiness is a natural state. It’s merely the emotional state that exists when nothing negative is in the way. In other words, if all of your real challenges were resolved, you’d be happy by default.
In the Western world, happiness is often tied to
accomplishments. Financial and career accomplishments most commonly lead the list.
Yet many of the most successful people by these measures have been unhappy, some of them to the point of taking their own lives.
What does it take to be happy?
• Does it take a mansion on the beach to be happy?
• Can a person truly be happy living in a cardboard box?
• Is a spouse required for happiness? Freedom from having a spouse?
• Kids? Freedom from having no children?
• A stunning career?
• Giving to others?
• Meditating on a mountain top?
What does it take?
Take the time to answer this important question. What matters for your own happiness? Give yourself time to find an answer that resonates with you.
Imagine that you were free from the expectations and opinions of others. What would it take to make you happy?
The Ego and
The ego is a great tool for success and accomplishment. It’s a lousy guide for happiness.
Satisfying the ego is a primary reason why we have such amazing technology, architecture, billionaires, great musicians, and all the other people in the world that have accomplished amazing things.
Ego is a critical part of great accomplishments. But will accomplishments make you happy?
Without the need to:
• Impress mom and dad
• Impress the neighbors
• Prove to everyone it can be done
• Prove to themselves that they’re important
• Impress members of the opposite sex
• Be the first
• Or be the best
There would be a lot less accomplished in the world. Think about it. Without any ego-based motivation, your life would be dramatically different.
Arguably, you would accomplish fewer things that the average person considers impressive. Arguably, you
would be a lot happier, too.
The trouble with ego-based motivation is that you eventually realize that no one cares for long. A few people may be impressed, but the thrill of impressing them doesn’t last. And some people think negatively about you because of your accomplishments. You can’t win!
Even if you’re only trying to impress yourself, it’s a hollow victory. Now you have to do even more the next time to earn your own respect. This isn’t a recipe for happiness. It’s a recipe for suffering.
Keep Your Ego Under Control
Your ego is a significant barrier to happiness. You’ve been growing and shaping your ego for many years. It won’t go quietly.
Everyone has an ego to some degree. If you can put yours on a shorter chain, you’ll discover that happiness is easier to find.
There are several common signs of an overactive ego:
If your ego
is overactive, you’re too hard on yourself. You avoid taking risks because you fear being judged by others.
Interestingly, if you’re worried about what others think, you probably spend too much time judging others and imagine that everyone else is the same.
Do you judge others? That’s another sign that your ego is running rampant. How, you ask?
Because you believe that things, people, and situations should be a certain way. Anything other than your perceived “right way” is offensive to you on some level.
Impatience is another form of judging. You believe that something should take less time than it actually does.
Complaining is also judging. The situation isn’t the way you think it should be, so you complain.
The other person is wrong. You’re right and you’re going to prove it to them. Arguing is a result
How many of these signs of an overactive ego do you see in yourself?
Tame your ego and create the possibility for happiness to enter your life:
1. Avoid comparing yourself to others.
Comparing yourself to others is a dangerous game, and one that you’ll always lose. We often compare our weaknesses to other’s strengths. Then we discount our own strengths.
With so many people in the world, there will always be those that are better and those that are worse.
Count your blessings. Pay some attention to what you already have. Avoid spending too much time focused on the things you lack.
The things you’re comparing may not matter anyway. Does the attractiveness of your neighbor’s spouse matter? Does it matter that someone has a nicer car than you do?
2. Ask yourself what you would do if no one would ever know about it.
Would you buy a
Mercedes for your next car if no one would ever know you owned it or saw you drive it? Would you st
ill want to climb Mount Everest if you had to keep your successful summit a secret?
This can be an effective way to measure your true motivations. Are you primarily motivated by doing it for others? Or do you have a more noble purpose?
3. Avoid taking criticism or compliments personally.
Plenty of people are fools. Consequently, their compliments shouldn’t be taken any more seriously than their criticism.
Even if you receive a legitimate compliment about your artistic or athletic ability, it doesn’t say anything about you as a person.
Compliments and criticism are often about your looks, dress, behavior, decisions, accomplishments, or lack thereof. None of these define you.
4. Give up the need to be right.
Is it important for someone to agree with you? Do you have to prove yourself to be
correct and the other person to be wrong? That’s just your ego playing with your mind.
You’ll save yourself a lot of pain and grief by speaking less and allowing others to have their opinions.
5. Help others.
Get away from your ego by doing something for someone else. Volunteer your time to an organization or individual that needs your assistance.
Minimizing the impact your ego has on your life will be one of the hardest things you ever do. It will also be one of the most rewarding! Your ego creates more turmoil and dissatisfaction in your life than you realize.
You don’t need to live in a temple in east Asia to tame your ego, but you do need to be persistent and patient.
Obstacles to Happiness
1. A lack of resources.
You’re not unhappy because you don’t have a shiny, new Lamborghini. You may, however, be unhappy because you don’t have reliable transportation
to and from work.
The same goes for not having enough food, water, clothing, or love.
If you lack resources necessary for survival, you have a good reason to be unhappy. That unhappiness serves a purpose. It can motivate you to do something to acquire those resources.
Distractions can be a big challenge. They make you feel better in the short-term, but offer no long-term benefits.
You’re not curing the cause of your discomfort, just hiding from it. Common distractions include:
• Electronic devices.
• And anything else that doesn’t address the root cause
This emotion is a significant barrier to happiness. Fear is a sign that your mind believes something is wrong. This kind of unrest blocks the possibility of happiness.
It’s important to
address issues that cause feelings of fear and resolve them. There’s no room for happiness where fear resides.
4. A lack of progress.
When your life isn’t going well, a lack of progress can be disheartening. It gives the impression that the current situation may last for the rest of your life.
Focus on making small changes and get excited about even the smallest amount of progress.
5. A lack of social contact.
As much as we might like to think of ourselves as individuals, we’re all social animals.
We need others. Some of us need more time with people than others, but we all require human contact.
6. Too much thinking.
Some thinking is useful, such as learning from mistakes or making plans for the future.
Most thinking is not, such as daydreaming about how you’d like to run over your boss with your car, reliving arguments, grieving over choices made in the past, or dreading the
Thinking can be addictive. We think because we either believe that it’s helpful in some way or we find it entertaining.
We fantasize about owning a jet, throwing a winning touchdown, or spending time with the partner of our dreams. We relive our childhood drama and try to make sense of it or imagine a different ending.
Spend more time doing and less time thinking.
7. A lack of purpose or meaning.
You don’t really have to have a reason for getting out of bed each morning in order to be happy, but it certainly helps.
When you feel that your time, effort, and contribution to the world lack value, you’ll find happiness to be elusive.
Negative beliefs lead to negative thoughts. Negative thoughts result in negative feelings. How you see the world influences how you experience the world.
9. Significant change.
Divorce, the death of
a loved one, or the loss of a job can make happiness a challenge.
Any significant change can create stress that inhibits feelings of happiness and contentment.
The right people can add considerably to your happiness. The wrong people can have the opposite effect.
Be selective regarding whom you allow in your life.
There are things that add to your happiness, and there are things that subtract from your happiness. If you can eliminate the things that detract from your happiness, you’ve won half the battle.
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Creating a Life That Supports Happiness
You don’t need to do great things to be happy. However, the way you spend your average day can have a lot of influence over your happiness.
Creating a life that supports happiness is important. It provides the necessary foundation for everything else you do.
Use these strategies to create a life that supports your happiness:
1. Acquire the resources you need.
It’s easier to attain and maintain a state of happiness if you have sufficient resources. These include:
• Financial resources. Ensure that you have a sufficient income to pay your bills and satisfy your needs.
• Social resources. Have enough friends that you can get out of the house and spend time with others at least a couple of times each week. Have someone to share a meaningful conversation with.
• Time resources. Without enough free time, it’s
impossible to take a break, engage in a hobby, or make use of your social resources.
2. Find a career that you enjoy.
It’s called work for a reason, so it might be too much to demand a job you love to do each day. On the other hand, if you despise your job, you’re going to be unhappy most of the time.
• How much money do you need? You might find a more enjoyable career that pays a little less.
• What type of work interests you?
• Is the problem your career or your company/boss? Perhaps you can keep your career but acquire new surroundings.
3. Choose your people wisely.
The right spouse can be a godsend. The wrong spouse can be your worst nightmare. To a lesser extent, your boss, coworkers, and even friends can have either a positive or negative influence on your life.
• It can be uncomfortable to remove people from your life, but sometimes it’s the only
4. Be proactive.
Life is more enjoyable when you have a feeling of control.
• Have a plan for each day.
• Get your work done on time.
• Plan ahead. Start saving for Christmas during the summer. Do your taxes at least a month ahead of time. Get your automobile tires replaced before you’re stranded on the side of the road.
• Avoid living a life that’s reactive. The common hassles in life are predictable. Take care of them before you’re forced to.
5. Take care of your health.
It’s not easy to be happy if you’re in the hospital. Make your health a priority. It could be argued that your health should be your number one priority.
• Get regular exercise. You improve your fitness and appearance. More importantly, you feel better about yourself. Exercise also uplifts your mood.
• Many physical conditions can also affect
your emotional health. For example, heart disease is a common cause of depression.
These are the basics that provide the framework for a happy life. Without these components, happiness will be elusive. Spend some time ensuring that you’ve satisfied the items on this important list.
Creating a Mind That Supports Happiness
It’s not only your environment and career that determine how happy you’ll be, but also the activity between your ears.
Fortunately, this aspect of happiness is 100% under your control. You don’t need anyone or anything else to take control of your mind.
Control your thoughts and you can control your happiness:
1. It starts with positive thoughts.
Your thoughts are completely under your control. Some circumstances are distracting enough that you feel like you don’t have control, but you can consciously choose which thoughts are running through your
• Monitor your thoughts. Notice when you have a thought that isn’t positive. Ask yourself if that thought is detrimental to your attitude and emotions. If so, change it! Choose a more supportive thought.
• Avoid underestimating the power of self-talk.You could have a constant companion that criticizes you and attacks your dreams all day long.
On the other hand, your constant companion could, instead, uplift you and cheer you on all day! It’s your choice! Which companion do you want?
2. Examine your beliefs.
Do you believe that you can’t be happy until you’re making at least six figures? Do you believe that someone like you will never find the love of your life?
Do you think that someone with your educational background is greatly limited? Do you believe that it’s too late for x, y, or z?
• Limiting and negative beliefs are like roadblocks, except they only reside in your mind.
Examine your beliefs and challenge those that don’t serve you.
• Install new beliefs. Repeat them to yourself each day. Find evidence to support them. Be persistent until they become second nature.
3. Focus on mindfulness.
Mindfulness is like a wonder drug for your emotional ills. It’s being used to treat a wide variety of mental health issues, including many that are quite severe.
It has been shown to have significant physical health benefits. It also enhances happiness.
• The dictionary defines mindfulness as “a mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one's feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, used as a therapeutic technique.”
• In other words, keep your mind on your current task. And when thoughts arise, notice them without becoming involved in them.
• Imagine you’re working in the garden.
You’re paying attention to your weed-pulling activities when you suddenly realize you’re thinking about the fact that your mother-in-law will be arriving in the morning.
As you don’t care for her, this causes feelings of dread and resentment.
• The common response is to engage with the thought further. You might relive your last argument with her or ask yourself why your spouse forces you to put up with her. You start imagining how awful the weekend is going to be.
• If you’re mindful, you’ll avoid all of that. Simply notice the physical sensations that are occurring when you remember that your mother-in-law is coming.
You might notice that your neck is tight, your stomach upset, and you have a slight pain behind your eyes.
• Stay with those physical sensations until they subside. Then return your attention to pulling weeds. You’re not avoiding the thought.
You’re just not engaging with it further.
If something else needs to be done, by all means do it, but do it without the burden of negative emotions weighing on you.
4. Be useful. Studies have shown that people are happier when they believe they are needed and are contributing to the world in some way.
You don’t have to be a pediatric cardiothoracic surgeon to be relevant. You can help an old lady cross the street or volunteer with the Special Olympics.
• What do you consider to be important and meaningful? Get involved!Visit websites that list volunteer opportunities by city and interest to find an opportunity that interests you.
5. Let go.
If you’re 53 years old and work in a factory, it’s time to let go of your childhood dream to be an astronaut. It’s also time to let go of your ex-girlfriend.
While you’re at it, let go of the fact that your dad was a lousy parent. You might even let go of the disagreement you had with your coworker last
• Letting go isn’t just for things in the past. You can spend too much time worrying about future events, too. Let go of those as well.
• The simplest way to let go is to just breathe and relax. Stay with the feelings until they subside.
You might have to do it ten times over the next several days, but the process works. Mindfulness is the best defense.
6. Plan a future that excites you.
It’s important to have something to look forward to if you want to be happy. Make plans to accomplish your visions.
• Set goals. Then you can believe that you’ll actually achieve your vision for the future.
• Visualize your success each day.
• Plan an adventure, like a trip to an amusement park or a week in Rome. Sign up for classes or lessons on a topic or skill that interests you.
7. Take responsibility.
While it can feel comforting to blame
others, it’s a trap. When someone else is responsible, you give yourself permission to sit back and be inactive.
You give up your power when you make someone else responsible. When you’re responsible, you have the power to make changes.
• Feeling that you have control over your life is pivotal to your happiness.
8. Be gracious.
The more thankful you are, the happier you’ll feel. Keep a gratitude journal and list a few things each day that make you feel grateful.
It seems like a Pollyanna activity, but studies have shown that it’s effective at increasing your level of happiness.
Not an easy list of items to accomplish, but they have a powerful effect on the amount of happiness you experience. These items are really skills that can greatly increase your happiness even as you cultivate and develop them.
All people are striving for happiness. It’s
the fundamental drive in all humans. Whether someone is chasing their first million, building an orphanage, or working diligently to increase the size of their biceps, the motivation is the same: happiness.
It’s important to define what happiness means to you. Otherwise, you may find yourself chasing someone else’s idea of what it takes to be happy.
Take the time to think about it. Your environment can influence what you believe is required to be happy. Rise above that tendency and decide for yourself.
Start by removing the things in your life that are making you miserable. Clean house with the people in your life.
Build a supportive social circle. Generate sufficient income to take care of the necessities in life.
Build a life that supports happiness by finding a work environment related to your desires. Be proactive and avoid unnecessary challenges. Manage your health.
Finally, work on your
mind. Your beliefs, thoughts, and attitudes can all impact your happiness. Take control of your mind and make it work for you.
Failing to take control will result in your mind working against you. Control your thoughts and build a future that fills you with enthusiasm.
Remember that everyone around you is just trying to be happy. Be compassionate with them and yourself.
“If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.”
- Dalai Lama
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Here in Australia we have been hit with the bitter cold snap of an overnight winter, (no Autumn at all as far as I saw) and that always means I get to hunker down and stay indoors with my computer, so the next few weeks will be super productive for me!
I've been working on creating a new inspirational journal for dog lovers that will raise funds for Nami Kim and www.SaveKoreanDogs.org shelter, so I'll post that when I get it online.
For my PLR articles pack I selected the benefits of yoga, so if you have a online business in that niche, please do check it out!
Yoga Benefits PLR articles pack x 5
For this month I've added more lined notebooks, and more gorgeous 3 year journals.
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"Job Descriptions in the Real World"
A programmer is someone who solves a problem you didn't know
you had in a way you don't understand.
A consultant is someone who takes the watch off your wrist to tell
you the time.
A banker is a fellow who lends you his umbrella when the sun is
shining and wants it back the minute it begins to rain.
An economist is an expert who will know tomorrow why the things
he predicted yesterday didn't happen today.
A statistician is someone who is good with numbers but lacks the personality to be an accountant.
An actuary is someone who brings a fake bomb on a plane,
because that decreases the chances that there will be another
bomb on the plane.
(Laurence J. Peter)
A mathematician is a blind man in a dark room looking for a black
cat which isn't there.
(Charles R. Darwin)
topologist is a man who doesn't know the difference between a
coffee cup and a doughnut.
A lawyer is a person who writes a 10,000 word document and calls
it a "brief."
A psychologist is a man who watches everyone else when a
beautiful girl enter the room.
A professor is one who talks in someone else's sleep.
A schoolteacher is a disillusioned woman who used to think she
A diplomat is someone who can tell you to go to hell in a way that
makes you look forward to the trip.
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