You are about to discover a simple technique for creating massive changes in your quality of life. Do you want to be happier? This technique can help. Do you want more time to spend with your family or friends, or even just time to relax by yourself? Then this seven day challenge is perfect for […]
In a search for happiness, many people look for it in other people and not within ourselves. Many people feel things like money, a better job, better relationships etc. will make them happy. In reality, to find true contentment, you must look inside yourself and learn to be your own best friend. That means you […]
We have been created to live our life in freedom, health and wealth. If our life doesn’t look like that, it means we block ourselves by our thoughts. Our thoughts are very powerful instruments we use to either create happiness and wealth, or sickness and poverty.
If your life doesn’t look like what you’re dreaming of, it means you have thoughts which go against you. Your thoughts create your life. If you want to change your life, change first your thoughts.
You can make joy real for you by learning to shift your focus.
How to Find Truth, Meaning, and Happiness in a Mixed Up World.
Employee productivity is hardly a measure of the number of hours the employee work. Neither is it totally dependent on the employee remuneration. The fact remains that employee productivity and loyalty are primarily determined by employee happiness and low stress levels. Work life balance is therefore a critical factor when improving the productivity of employees and their loyalty to the company.
To improve your self-awareness you first need to concentrate on your past and emotions. How did you get where you are at now and how can you get to where you want to be in life. Pulling up the resources in your mind will help you become acquainted with self. A person needs to know […]
Happiness is something that so many people strive for each day and yet many times it eludes them. Often, they feel that happiness can be theirs if only their situations were different. Have you ever felt like that?
So often we get caught up in what I call the “if only’s”. If only my husband were nicer to me. If only I had a better job. If only the children were grown and out of the house. The list can go on and on.
The Buddha was the first to recognize that emotional pain can be just as real and debilitating as physical pain. Through careful observation he determined that people were good at spending time on their physical hygiene, but spent little or no time on mental hygiene.