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11 Fundamental Things That Happy People Follow

How do you cope with all the negativity around you? It’s time to work on your happiness. When was the last time you did something good for you?

Your happiness depends on you, and it’s related to the “effect of choice.”

Here are 11 things happy people focus on:

  1. They avoid negativity. Happy people avoid sources of negative energy. They avoid negative people and places that remind them of bad experiences. Happy people control their sources of information and select their friends carefully.
  2. Happy people accept their imperfections and they are grateful for everything they have in life. They never complain about their flaws.
  3. Your mood is contagious, and happy people tend to spend time with happy people. This gives them the confidence they need and helps them unveil their creative side.
  4. Happy people know that worries kill their mood and happiness. You will never see a happy person worry about something. They tend to work on the problem and find the right solution. Worrying is the last thing they’d do when problems pop up. Happy people are fine with their past and they flow with the uncertainty of the future. “Worrying is like paying a debt you don’t owe,” Mark Twain once said.
  5. Happy people tend to forgive instead of holding grudges. They are fine with their failures and mistakes and move on without a problem.
  6. These people think of all the good things in their life. This keeps them away from worries and concerns.
  7. Happy people always have some “me time” and use it to relax their bodies and mind.
  8. There’s a balance between life and work. Happy people work a lot and they always have time for the things they love. They have a favorite hobby and go to the gym really often. They always have time for their friends and family. A good book? Why not?
  9. Happy people celebrate even the slightest move they make. They appreciate the positive changes in life and tend to lower their expectations. This makes them happy. “Most disappointments arise from unmet expectations,” Rich Tatum said. “Set realistic expectations for yourself, based on your strengths, then strive to exceed them.”
  10. Happy people know that materialism kills happiness and they tend to focus on their experience.
  11. A happy person always enjoys the ride. Happiness is not the ultimate goal. They find happiness in everything that happens in their life. Simple as that.

Are you happy? We bet there are so many things that make you happy. Try to focus on the good things in your life. This will make you feel much better.

Sources:

www.psychologytoday.com

www.linkedin.com

heleo.com

medium.com