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The Only Thing You Need To Be Happy

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The Only Thing You Need To Be Happy
Great minds have always debated the true key to happiness. What do you need to be happy? Some say fame, others say fortune; still others search in vain for a fountain of youth. Ours is a culture of wants and needs - and most of us convince ourselves that once we get what it is we want, we'll be happy.

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3 kinds of happiness that don’t ever last

3 kinds of happiness that don’t ever last
  • Rock Star Happiness: Rock star happiness is all about getting what you want. And we think it will make us happy. 
  • Lowered Expectations: Perhaps happiness comes from lowered expectations. If you don’t expect too much, you just might not be disappointed.
  • Peak State Happiness: Maybe happiness is performing at your peak state. There is a certain bliss to be achieved when you conquer a goal you set for yourself.  

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If you aren’t growing, you are dying

If you aren’t growing, you are dying
Happiness that is true and lasting is quite simply this: progress. Progress = Happiness! If you are moving forward in your life, if you are progressing personally, professionally, emotionally, spiritually — you will be happy. It is only in stagnation that we wilt.

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