Aim For Happiness

Aim Sight with Smiley Face TargetOur Aim Determines Our Achievements

If you want to be happy or happier, make happiness and enjoying life your goals.

Whatever you have to do, try to enjoy it!  Find ways to make ALL your activities enjoyable, rewarding and meaningful.

Make Doing Well AND Feeling Well Your Top Personal Priorities

Expect to enjoy everything you do and then find ways to make everything you do enjoyable, meaningful and rewarding – for everyone involved.

Propel Your Life and Your Work With Fun! Continually create your own happiness.

Try To Have A Good Time ALL of The Time!

Sound simple?  It is!

Learn how happiness works and start building happiness in your life.

Many people want to be happy but they expect happiness to magically descend on them, like a dove from heaven.  They don’t know how to create happiness in their lives or for the people around them.

They don’t realize happiness is right there at their finger tips, waiting for them to reach out and enjoy it.

If you don’t make happiness a personal priority, happiness often only appears by accident or as an afterthought.  Life is too short for that.

To Be Happy or Happier, Aim For Happiness.  Make Happiness Your Goal and Work To Achieve It.

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4 Responses to “Aim For Happiness”

  1. champagne007 says:

    Happiness does seem really elusive for some people and I have to say that I have had bad years that only seem to be overcome by a new year. I notice though that there are some people who like to complain and don’t ever do anything about their problems. I’ve found that like you have written, if you don’t have the right attitude, it will be hard to be happy. It is also about taking action, giving yourself permission to do whatever it is that will make you happy eg leaving a job, going on holiday, fighting back, taking time for yourself or saying no to friends / family. A great book that I read is called The Book of Luck by Heather Summers and Anne Watson, which identifies character traits from successful people.

  2. Its very truely said in the post that our aim speaks for our achievements. To have an aim / goal in the life is very important. Be achieve the aim, it has to be very essential to go and to proceed with the path that takes you to the real destination…

  3. Peter Page says:

    Thank you for this post, inspiring! I think people tend to forget the big picture of happiness and focus on the day to day affairs. I find it really hard to disconnect from small annoying events, because i just can’t ignore them, i need to fix them in order to make things better. So how do you make the difference between things that need fixing and attention and others, that are just distractions?

    Thanks :)

  4. Frank P. Glass says:

    Happiness doesn’t require too much effort. Just accept things and be contented with what you have. That is the key to true happiness. It doesn’t require any material things.

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