Happiness is something that we all want but don’t necessarily have. Even after attaining the “things” that you think are supposed to equate to happiness, such as a house, car, children, boat, lavish vacations, etc., you may still feel unfulfilled. You start looking for other things to fulfill yourself. One way to find happiness is to look to the seven key factors to assess and build your happiness.
Seven Key Factors To Happiness
The four base factors to happiness.
Continuing to build on the base two more factors are:
At the top of all of the factors is significance.
Significance in Practice
It has been said that happiness trumps health and wellness. The late Blues Icon B.B. King once said, “The blues are three L’s – living, loving and hopefully, laughing. While Mr. King’s health was plagued with complications due to Type 2 diabetes which required that the prick his figure to take blood glucose readings to be able to maintain a balance in insulin treatments, he didn’t let that take away the joy he experienced by playing his guitar “Lucille” or by helping newcomers to the Blues genre. Learning to live a life of significance will help increase your happiness, which, in turn, increases the happiness of others.
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By Robin D. Everson