At this time of year, most people are looking to make active changes in their lives. Whether you want to start making changes now or you are still thinking about your resolutions for 2014, there are many ways for you to be happy, healthy, and wealthy in the new year.
Here are 10 ways to do just that:
1. Learn more about yourself
When was the last time that you sat down and really thought about who you are? Most people need to learn more about themselves because most people are often asked to behave a certain way. Learn more about who you truly are. Learn more about yourself by trying new things such as traveling the world alone, or just spending some time with yourself.
2. Focus on positive goals in your life
Focusing on positive goals is a good way to be happy. Instead of thinking about the negative, think positively. You will find areas in your life that you genuinely want to improve, not what only others want you to change. Change for you, and you only.
3. Learn to manage your environment
Managing your environment is important if you want to be happy, healthy, and wealthy. You should learn to effectively change things around you and in your environment. You are in control of your environment. If you find that you are not in control in your environment, then you may have to change it. Think about moving. Alternatively, you can try to improve the environment.
4. Connect with other happy people
If you want to be happy, then you most likely will want to connect with other happy people. Surrounding yourself with other people who want to be happy, healthy, and wealthy is important. Together, you can encourage each other to make positive changes in your lives. The next time your fun and outgoing person calls, go hang out.
5. Be active
If you want to make active changes to your life, then you need to figure out what to do in order to make those changes. If you want to be healthy, actively pursue it. Eat healthy foods and work out. If you want to be wealthy (in whichever way you define it), then you must actively change your poor situation.
6. Be kind to yourself and believe in yourself
Believing in yourself is important, if you want to be happy. Next time you doubt yourself, think about how you’ve made so many other positive changes.
7. See the ones that you love more often
If you enjoy being around other people, then you should see them more often. I love to be around friends and family because they just make my day much better, no matter what. Make sure that you attend holiday parties, birthdays, and other get-togethers.
8. Learn to say no to things that you do not want to do
If you don’t enjoy doing something, then you must learn how to say no. Do things that better you, and not things that make you more miserable. Learn when to say no and when to say yes. If someone always tries to shove all their errands on you, respectfully say no.
9. Learn to have fun
There are many ways to be happy, and one of the main ways is to learn how to have fun. If you are not having fun in life, you are not living life correctly! Know what makes you happy, and aim to have fun more than not. Learn how to make boring things in your life more enjoyable as well. There are many ways to have fun: go to a party, take up a new sport, enroll in community college, learn about photography, and so on.
10. Appreciate everything in your life
Be grateful for everything that you have in your life. Gratefulness puts everything into perspective. Whether you have your own home, a great family, a good job, loving pets, a fun hobby, wonderful friends or something else, there’s always something in your life for which to be grateful.
David Kadavy at kadavy.net has a short and sweet post on eight things that you should do, if you want to be more healthy wealthy and happy in your life. 8 Life Hacks for Health, Wealth and HappinessFeatured photo credit: NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 24: Bill Gates attends the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting at The Shertaon New York Hotel on September 24, 2013 in New York City.via Shutterstock
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