If you desire greater peace and happiness in your life, check your current attitude against these ten traits to determine where you need to make
1. Make a conscious decision that you want peace and happiness. To some of you, this might sound like a “DUH!” statement, but I
know many people who seem to desire drama and upheaval. These people tend to believe that peace and happiness are symptoms that come from
outside conditions, like money, retirement, or finding the “right” relationship. In reality, just making the decision to become peaceful
will work wonders for your happiness level. But that’s not all . . .
2. Stop wasting your time and energy trying to change people, whether it’s someone
you don’t like, or even someone you love and think you’re helping. Change comes from within; there is no assertion. You cannot create
for someone else. Everything you do, you do for you. That’s how it was meant to be. And since we are all connected, everything
you do to someone, you do to yourself. So wish good things for people, even if it’s just that they will find happiness somewhere else and
get out of your life!
3. Don’t expect others to truly appreciate you for what you’re worth. Instead, appreciate yourself and they will begin to see you
for who you really are. Jesus healed ten lepers in one day, yet only one thanked Him. Why should we expect more gratitude than Jesus
got? He was the only one of His time who really knew Who He was. (His followers had faith, but only He knew.) If only we could
learn that lesson.
4. Give for the joy of giving. When you give to others, you’re really giving to yourself. So whatever it is you want, start
giving that, as much as you can, everywhere and every way that you can. Your thoughts, words, and actions will return to you many times
over. Now, stop and think about that for a minute!
5. Teach someone else the power of gratitude. We learn best when we teach, plus, it’s a great way to connect with others.
When people at work hear what you’re grateful for and how much you appreciate your job or your work, or the fact that your business is as busy as
all-get-out, it shows off your leadership skills and others will look to you for encouragement when they’re stressed or depressed. A true
leader will be there for them, too, and it’s easier to do that, if you’re coming from a place of true peace, happiness, and appreciation.
6. Focus on what’s going right today or in your life, instead of what’s going wrong. Why? Because you create more of
whatever you’re thinking about. That’s why the better it gets the better it gets and the worse it gets, the worse it gets. It’s also
the reason that typically the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. (Come on, you always knew it was a cop out to blame it on the
7. Don’t envy others. Be happy when good things happen to other people. What goes around comes around. The happier you
are for others the more you’re due. And it will come. There is no shortage of anything in this vast and abundant universe. But
when you belittle or begrudge others, you cut yourself off from that abundance. If it seems like you’re always getting the shaft, stop and
take a long, hard look at this one.
8. Spend some time in quiet reflection and get to know yourself. What do you really want? Are you living the life you
dreamed of when you were a child or young adult? If so, great. You’re obviously on the right path. If not, seriously consider
making some changes, but don’t expect to make all changes at once. Take some time every day to think it through. One step at a time
is all it takes to create a brand new life.
9. When you find that you have created something you didn’t consciously intend, thank the universe for the lesson. My husband
likes to remind people that the only thing we can do about the past is learn from it. Spending the rest of your life lamenting over any
mistake, no matter how big, will not bring you any closer to what you want. Find a way to make your peace with it and move on. There
are good things ahead of you; you just need to have your head up so that you can see them!
10. Stop trying so hard. Relax and be easy with everything. Have fun with your dreams, goals, and creations. Imagine
yourself on a river, flowing easily downstream. Most of us are taught to live our lives as if we need to paddle upstream on a mighty raging
river. “Life is hard and then you die.” No, it’s not. Or at least, it doesn’t have to be. Getting control of your life is
not about fighting against the current, it’s about getting in alignment with it. The current of life will take you everywhere you want to
go, but you have to let it.
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