MORE IDEAS FROM THE ARTICLE
Having more options doesn’t mean that we will be happier, although, we often think that it will.
When we have too many choices, it is more difficult to take action, and if we decide, we are less satisfied with our choice.
People are happiest and perform their best when they are actively engaged in what they are doing.
To find happiness in your work, the key is to have projects that take you just outside of your comfort zone.
The quality of your life is defined by the people who surround you: everything from chances of obesity and smoking to the likelihood of divorce and happiness passes through our networks.
Although working overtime may seem rewarding, when that comes at the price of health and mental well-being, it dilutes your success.
Rather than seeing mistakes as the end of the world, see them as an opportunity to learn from.
What feels like a failure today could be teaching you a lesson that will help you avoid a much bigger problem in the future.
Minimizing or removing distractions is a great way to keep your productivity high, and it goes beyond just smartphones.
The root cause is our emotional discomfort and a need to be distracted.
Plan your day calendar reflecting your values, and stay on the tasks at hand.
Being kind should not equate to being a pushover.
When we deeply respect who we are, we are not insecure and living in an unspoken competition with everyone we meet. We are open to others to see how we can contribute.