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3 reasons why your personal happiness is worth working for...

3 reasons why your personal happiness is worth working for







People don't want money and status. They THINK they want money, status, material possessions

They want happiness.

Some may think they want a particular type of car, an expensive exclusive outfit, or a house bigger than the mall. Again, thing is, they think this stuff will make them happy. People buy and chase after these things because they believe they will cause happiness. Time and time again, happiness has been proven to come from within. Here are reasons to get yours from the inside, to the outside: 

1. You don't know everything that makes you happy yet

You think you know what makes you happy. I believe you have a good idea of what makes you happy. I also believe there are things that make you happy that you have no clue about! This is simply because you haven't done them yet. The more you enjoy, the more you'll figure out that you enjoy.

2. Happiness is contagious 

Wouldn't the world be a better place if more people were happier? I thought you'd agree. Make it that way, sow happiness. We've all heard you reap what you sow, so sow pleasantries. Spread love everywhere you go. What you give, you get. 

3. You're responsible for your personal happiness. 

Happiness is a decision. The only person that can make that decision for you, is you. Choose happiness. It's not what happens, it's how you react to it. Make sure your reactions involve things that make you happy. You're worth it. Remember, its your responsibility. 

I hope this post inspires you to stop chasing things and start creating happiness. Your life is worth enjoying, but nobody is going to do it for you. You have to make a conscious decision to have more fun, enjoy more experiences, and make time to do the things you want. 

Get happy! That's a direct order! Let's get to work..

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