Category Archives: Happiness
By Judy Davis – The Direction Diva
So often when we hear an expert talking about success, we wish we knew their secret success factors. We wish there was a key that held all the “magic,” and that once we held it we could unleash our own success whether that means being happier or knowing how to become rich.
But here is the secret that they haven’t told you:
The key to success isn’t about over-hauling your entire life. The key to unleashing your success lies in your ability to approach everyday life in a different way. It’s about taking action, being consistent and never giving up. It’s about ending the treadmill of stress and frustration and replacing it with manageable habits that you can do each and every day.
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By: Elizabeth Manuel
Are you your own worst enemy? Chances are, you’re harder on yourself than you would be on anyone else. This can definitely interfere with your positive attitude.
Thankfully, even a small change in attitude you can completely change your life.
Because our success or failure really begins (and ends) with how we feel about ourselves. What we believe about our capacity determines our results. Think big and you’ll get big, prosperous results. Think small and lacking and you’ll achieve just that. The choice is yours. That’s why having a positive attitude is so important. Happiness quotes can help as they help shape your beliefs in a more positive way.
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By: Dr.Chrys Ghiraldini
Finding inner peace during the Holiday Season is so important since this season brings up mixed emotions for most people. Many feel warm feelings of joy and friendship. And many others suffer from feelings of sadness, hopelessness, loneliness, depression and even despair during the Holidays.
If the feelings of sorrow are familiar to you, you know how challenging it is to get yourself motivated again when you find yourself in the throes of despair…
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By: Sean P Bennett
Anyone pursuing a career in acting, singing, or the arts needs a flexible schedule to go on auditions. Thankfully, you CAN make your dreams come true without having to work a full time job!
Although a day job means security, it may also mean little flexibility. You may just want to add extra income at night or on the weekends. Freelance can be your best option.
There is no need to buckle down under a full time job. You can earn from 15 up to 200 dollars an hour doing fun and flexible work such as: promotions, clowning, dancing, focus groups, and seasona Read the Rest of This Article >>
By: Lynette M. Smith
The holidays bring out emotional extremes—joy, sadness, loneliness, grief, regret. At this time of year we feel most keenly the rifts between friends, family members, or other relatives. Awkwardness ensues at parties or family gatherings where both are present; sometimes only one attends while the other, feeling unwelcome, stays away, isolated. That’s why is so important to make amends…so we can all enjoy this festive season in peace.
Before we make amends, other friends or relatives are caught in the middle or feel pressured to take sides. Added to that is the physical dis-ease that resides within someone who harbors sadness, anger, or resentment towards another. All these outcomes drain the joy from an occasion or a season.
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