Each of us defines personal happiness in a slightly different way! So many books, articles, and songs have been written about some aspect of this concept, but few of us actually overcome the obstacles to progress personally, HAPPY Person!
After more than four decades of leading personal development/growth and self-help, seminars, and programs, I often think about what goes into that feeling/emotion, etc., and possible ways to consider whatever comes one’s way as a challenge to overcome, rather than some debilitating problem! With this in mind, this article will attempt to briefly consider, explore, review, and discuss, using a mnemonic approach, what it means and represents and why it matters.
1. Honor; venerable; head/ heart; healing
So wouldn’t it make sense for us to act in a way that we perceive as honorable, to boost our self-esteem, etc.? To do so, it’s important to take a head/heart approach, considering both logical and emotional reasons that can help us feel better about ourselves! When a person proceeds in a personal, healing way, it usually gives them some satisfaction!
2. Attitude; Attention; Actions
Only when you move forward, with a realistic but positive, can do, rather than defeatist attitude, will his mindset allow him to pay attention to the This must coincide with personal actions that emphasize, serve your best interests, and make you feel much better at the same time!
3. Personal; priorities; Perceptions
Will you consider your personal needs, preferences, priorities, and perceptions that could make a significant difference for the better?
4. Purpose; planning
Have you ever taken the time and made a concerted effort to go ahead and do a neck-up inspection in a truly objective manner? It takes a considerable degree of meaningful planning to serve your best interests!
Are you ready, willing, and able to commit, be, HAPPY, and take all the necessary steps, etc to achieve that sense of self-satisfaction?
Richard has owned businesses, been a COO, CEO, Chief Development Officer, and consultant, professionally managed events, consulted thousands of people, and conducted personal development seminars for 4 decades.