This year began with a lot of thought! It has already been and will continue to be a very interesting year for me and my loved ones, with many personal and professional developments. All of these adjustments will occur gradually, and I want to take each one in turn. I hope you appreciate all of the improvements that are headed your way! Allow the change to mould you, just as a diamond’s master shapes it!
As you are all aware, I am a very creative person who enjoys coming up with new ideas, finding new methods to serve my clients, and discovering new tools that might help me and others be happier.
You also know that I am one of those individuals who believes that pleasure is made up of small moments that we experience every day, which is why I enjoy sharing the small moments that bring me joy in the hopes that they would inspire you to recognise and appreciate the small moments in your own life! Could you please share them with us?
I’ve also discovered that doing things ahead of time can help us be happier. The list might be quite long, and I hope to share it with you as it grows, but for now, let’s focus on these:
Count your blessings — it has been proved that being appreciative for what you have makes you happier. We have a tendency to overlook what we already have and to take many things for granted, such as our house, our relationships, our health, and our surroundings. Consider where you are now and how fortunate you are!
Spend time alone — whenever you need it, go to a spot you enjoy and plan, think, relax, and “oil your engine.” It does not imply that you are antisocial; rather, you are simply recharging your batteries and giving yourself time to reflect.
Sleep as much as you need and recover when you’re ready. Sleep deprivation leads to sickness and burnout. Why drag your sleepiness around with you all the time? Take a good night’s sleep and you’ll feel brand new the next day!
Laugh out loud – I adore it when I hear or see others laughing heartily and completely! Laughter improves circulation and puts you in a pleasant mood. What difference does it make whether others can hear you? Because laughter is contagious, you might be able to make others laugh as well.
When you are unable to assist the other individual, simply say no. Your “no” should be sincere, unequivocal, and guilt-free. We can’t usually say no since we don’t want to feel bad. However, if we fail to follow through on our pledge, we will feel much more guilty. Learn to say no or learn to say an “alternative yes” – a solution to a problem.
Be kind — in the world we live in, kindness is in short supply, and we’ve grown accustomed to offering free mean words, mean looks, and mean actions. However, we do come across acts of compassion that surprise us and inspire us to be better people. So, why not be the kind of person you’d like to see more of in the world? Compassion attracts more kindness.
Find and live your mission – Many people feel lost and as if their lives have no meaning since they don’t know what they’re supposed to be doing. You have a natural ability that you are aware of or that is yet concealed, you have a desire or a concept of what you want to do with your life. Declare it, participate in it, and live it wholeheartedly! Your life will be more fulfilling, and you will be happier as a result.
Print out the poster here and resolve to focus on one item each day until it becomes a habit. Consider these actions to be your happy habits!
PS: As a result of the “thinking” I did at the start of this year, I’m going to devote a portion of my time to one crucial area of our lives: creativity! We can’t reinvent ourselves, we can’t dream large, we can’t find new solutions to old issues, and we can’t achieve happiness without creativity. And I’ve observed that creativity brings a lot of joy into my life, as well as the lives of the customers with whom I’ve worked! As a result, I chose to combine my work as a coach with my passion for art… and what was the result?