Charles Schwab once said, “A man can succeed at almost anything for which he has unlimited enthusiasm”.
Do you relish each day and live your life purpose with happiness? What's the most important thing to remember? In your life as a whole, what really matters? What is your purpose in life? Define it in one word, a phrase or in a single sentence. Write it down in positive words. Instead of saying "I'll stop getting so angry", say "I'll be more loving and appreciative of people who value me". Use words you can connect with, say it out loud and feel it. Keep your purpose close to your heart and speak it with self- respect. Banish self- doubt. Knowing what you want to live and live for feels sacred. Remember and recommit to your life's purpose.
What are your priorities? Clarify them. Rank your priorities and ultimately ask yourself "If there's only one aim I can attain, what will it be"? That's your top priority. Let your true priorities speak to you, understand how important they are. Weave more of your time and energy into your top priorities over low priorities.
You need to choose friends who are optimistic and happy themselves, as you will be surrounded with positive energy. Positive social relationships are a key to happiness, so be sure you make time to visit with friends, family and your significant other. Kindness is not only contagious; it's also proven to make you happier. When you're kind to others, your brain produces feel-good hormones and neurotransmitters such as serotonin and you're able to build strong relationships with others, fostering positive feelings all around.
Happy people know how to let life's daily irritations roll off their back. Allow yourself to be immersed in whatever it is you're doing right now, and take time to really be in the present moment. Avoid replaying past negative events in your head or worrying about the future; just savor what's going on in your life now. Truly live each day, and the future will take care of itself. Joy becomes a way of living that will get you through even the bad times. The future becomes a happier place of no regrets.