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We all want to be happy but can we be happier then we are today? What makes us happy? What changes can we make in our life to be healthier and happier?

Learn new ways of thinking and behaving that will make your life happier such as gratitude, kindness, meditation, etc.

Learn the steps you can take now that will make a huge difference in your life.

A quick read with practical tips and tools.

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ISBN: 9781540194992
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Happiness depends upon ourselves


Cultivating Happiness – 7 steps to a happier life

To start off cultivating your happier life, you must start by asking yourself:

How do I define happiness?

What does happiness look like to me? What does it feel like?

Happiness is an individual thing. We all have different definitions of happiness, but if we don’t know what brings us happiness, how can we get there? I have my clients write a list of 5-10 things that bring them happiness. The list is for you only. It's not what brings others happiness, what society says makes us happy, etc. It’s your list and must come from your authentic self.

After you write the list (which can be harder than you imagine) then look at your life and see if you do any of the things that bring you happiness. I had a client say to me that happiness is a warm bath, with soft music, and bath salts. It sounds relaxing and soothing. When I asked my client when the last time was, she took a bath, she couldn’t remember. If what brings you happiness is not incorporated into your schedule, how do you expect to be happier? You need to schedule what brings you happiness just like you would play dates for your kids, assignments that need to be done at work, etc. Your happiness has to be included into your life. Happiness needs to be a priority.

Happiness Scale

Where do you find yourself on the happiness scale of 1-10? 1 being the least happy and 10 being the most happy. Where are you on that scale? Don’t ask about today. Ask in general. In the last few months where are you?  Ask yourself that question and be honest. Most of my clients and students say around a 6 or 7, but I have had people ask, Can I be a 0 on a scale of 1-10? Can I be a negative number? You can be any place you truly feel you are. Don’t judge it. Use it as a starting point and work your way up.

Once you