1. “We don’t learn from our experiences, we learn from our reflections of our experiences.”
I have been attending a lot of professional development events lately. If you haven’t been attending, I encourage you to do so. It looks great on your resume, you can get inspired and learn new knowledge. One of the things I recently learnt, “We don’t learn from our experiences, we learn from our reflections of our experiences” (Professional Speakers Association).
What this means is that when we make the time to reflect in our lives, that is when we truly learn from our experiences.
2. Exercise – you hear it all the time, but I have now come to conclude, EXERCISE has a DIRECT relationship to your happiness. Healthy body, healthy mind.
For a very long time, I exercised because it is good for you. After reading many articles on habits of happy people, I have concluded, “Exercise has a DIRECT relationship with our happiness levels.” So change your beliefs of what exercise means to you and you might just start exercising a bit more. After all, don’t we all want to be happy?
3. According to Anthony Robbins, “Progress equals Happiness.” When you are feeling down, it might be simply because you feel that you are not making progress in your life. Ask yourself, are you making progress in your life? If not, make a plan and make sure every day you are making a tiny bit of progress in achieving your goals.
I found this amazing video on happiness that I would like to share with you:https://youtu.be/7qy5hyVGagw