Written by: Dr. Pallavi Vasudha Vishwas, Executive Contributor
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Are you happy? Maybe you think you are not lucky enough? Maybe you've been unhappy for so long that it feels like a part of life. Now is the time to change and act. Do not allow fear of the unknown or fear of failure to hold you back. Don't worry so much about what other people think. As long as your efforts to be happy don't harm anyone, keep your head up and participate confidently.
Do what you can to prevent financial efforts from lowering your level of happiness. Worries about money can make it difficult to be happy about many other things. For many people, simply finding the courage to repeatedly say no to arduous commitments is a big step forward. You feel more in control of the day, like time to do what you like or time to visit someone you love.
What will people say about you when the time comes for your final goodbye? Hopefully, they can say that you had fun, we're happy and lived your life to the fullest every day. You have a choice to be happy, so you can start changing things or leave them exactly as they are now.
If your self-esteem is low, you need to fix that. When you often don't feel good about who you are, it's hard to be happy. Also, don't focus so much on physical beauty. You'd be surprised how many people who are beautiful aren't happy. You often wonder if people like you for something else. The same goes for people who have a lot of money, though nothing about it
personally. What that means is we all have our internal problems and our external variables that we must learn to deal with. The real world isn't always kind, so first, make sure you're always being kind to yourself. Take the time to be kind and generous to others in your life and to strangers on the street. It can make a bigger difference to them than you will ever know.
One of the easiest ways to change the way you think is to engage in a daily practice of expressing gratitude. Make a list of a few things you are grateful for, and start the day with positive thoughts. It can really change the way your whole day ends. Once you realize that it's not about material things and money, you can find happiness. Getting that message across is becoming increasingly difficult for younger generations. We live in a society that promotes seemingly material objects way to a happy life. Much of the advertising shows this. They never show anyone in a classic car getting paid to smile and be happy.
While we don't have control over everything that happens around us, we do have a choice to be happy. People who are happy and successful in life are not just lucky. Instead, they appreciate the little things and surround themselves with positive people. They take time for themselves, so they don't feel overwhelmed. They take time to relax. and participate in activities they enjoy. They strive to have a healthy body and mind so they can continue to feel happy at any age.
Realize what true happiness means to you, and then do whatever you can to make it happen. Stop wasting your time on activities and people that bring you down. Make positive changes that will affect your life for the better. Pick one change at a time that you want to make and really focus on it. You'll find yourself feeling happier in no time. Life is magical when you are happy.
Dr. Pallavi Vasudha Vishwas, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine
Dr. Pallavi Vasudha Vishwas, Harmony Happiness Coach and Founder of HappyHarmony, inspires and empowers busy, ambitious, working women to manage stress effectively and integrate work-life successfully to pilot their flight of happiness with self-belief and confidence.
Pallavi is a highly sought-after Harmony Happiness Coach, a Work-life Balance Expert, an inspiring speaker, a passionate Soft Skills Trainer, a motivated Educator, an enriched Telecom Engineer, a poetess, an aspiring Author, and a nature lover. Pallavi holds a Ph.D. in her expertise in Work-life Balance amongst working women.
Stress levels of working women are quite high due to managing work-life, and constantly multitasking can be very challenging and taxing on their body and mind.
Pallavi specializes in helping working women manage stress with a smile and design a happy work-life harmony in a matter of months rather than years so that they can live purposeful and joy-filled lives.
After 16 successful years in the Telecom industry and Education field, Pallavi found herself more passionate about coaching individuals to carve their own Happiness journey. Her passion is empowering individuals to discover their self-worth, unlock their unique potential, find true happiness, and live a life they love living. She has always been passionate about helping others and has touched hundreds of lives to lead a happy life.
Pallavi has been awarded by a highly prestigious club, The Indian Achievers Club, in the category “50 under 50”, the Indian Achiever for the year 2020.
Pallavi offers coaching, individual services, group programs, seminars, and workshops.
Her motto is: Be Happy and live in Harmony.