#2 Get Happy by Letting Go of the Past
You’ve got to control the controllable which means we have to focus on the future and let go of any decisions you’ve made in the past. Instead of dwelling on the negative “what-ifs” of the future we should start focus on thinking positively.
#3 Get Happy By Letting Go Of The Fear Of The Future
Instead of dwelling on the negative “what-ifs” of the future we should start focus on thinking positively. We all run. Run from your fears, towards your goals, or towards a better life. Whatever it is, lace up and run your hardest. No one can run your race.
#4 Get Happy By Getting Rid Of Negative Self Talk
Start affirming yourself with positive self talk rather than negative self talk, and just watch where that will take you.
#5 Get Happy By Getting Rid of Need to Impress Others
We have to let go of our need to impress others in order to achieve happiness.
#6 Get Happy by Getting rid of your Complaining
#7 Get Happy By Getting Rid Of Your Need To Be Right
Being the bigger person and admitting you were wrong sometimes isn’t a bad thing.
#8 Get Happy By Getting Rid Of Your Resistance To Change
Save your energy and embrace change. You will move forward with a sense of joy and happiness.
#9 Get Happy By Quitting Blaming Others
We can’t control what other people are going to do, but we can control how we respond to it. Take control of your life, take responsibility, and stop blaming others.
#10 Get Happy By Quitting Seeking Approval from Others
Let go of the need to receive approval from others and do things that yields the approval from yourself.
About the Author:
Mat Koenig is the CEO of Buscador de Auto and KonigCo. He is an author, father, and public speaker.When he isn't traveling the country helping the best get better, he spends his time relaxing at home in Kalamazoo, Michigan.He is also the co-founder of the Rockstar Auto Conference with Christopher Speer. Learn more about attending at http://rockstarautoconference.com
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