Right there is a source of happiness - free, healthy and with only one condition - you must open your mind to it. No matter what other crud is going on - the spring is no less sprung. I used to fight that one. I used to think you had to be some kind of insane to drink in the sun when your life was going down the tubes, but I eventually realised that that was simply a reasoning error. It's natural to be universally miserable when you have big hairy problems in your life - but it's not inevitable and in fact, it's not even smart. The smart (AKA selfish) thing is to be on the alert of happiness wherever you can find it, and to compartmentalise the crud, preventing it from polluting your entire life.
I've been gibbering like school kid over my allotment
plans; planting seeds and thinking gleeful thoughts of the season to come.
Anticipation is so delightful. What are you looking forward to?
If the answer is nothing then why not fix that - and plant a
little treat in your future? Could be a holiday in the Maldives, but it
could also be an extravagant "prick and ping" from M&S for
dinner tonight (see what a classy guy I really am). It's the old chestnut
really - understand what's wrong, but don't dwell there - move past it
- decide what you want to replace it with, then go out and make it happen.
Take control. And relish it.
Since last time I've written on a few topics which you can find in the BLOG. It's moved, by the way, so those with a feed set up will need to tweak it. Here are excerpts.
Millionaires & Happiness
Well - opinions differ on whether the former can give you the latter. Somewhat audaciously, I have proposed that money can buy you happiness in my article here - in the sense that money is the power to acquire things in exchange for it. But not everything is available on that market.
Right now, I have two millionaires on my books. They're each working with me on finding different things, but the common theme is that what they each want - cannot be purchased. Money is really a "hygiene factor" - when it's on short supply, you're probably going to be miserable, but when it flows like water you're not guaranteed to be happy. So - to be happy - you need enough money - but you'll have to look elsewhere for the big stuff.
Of course, the big stuff is not just big on happy - it's big on challenge, often big on risk and big on fear. It's all a bit, well, BIG! But fear not - I have lots of ways we can tackle big stuff happily.
If you're ready to put something deliciously big in your life, then why not give me a call and we'll look into it together?
Enjoy Your Life. If I can help, let me know.
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