How do you define happiness?
Do you think it’s an algorithm? You know like .. “once I get X then I’ll be happy!” Or “when Y happens then B aligns and that = happiness!”
If so.... How has that been working out for you?!
See the thing is, That IS the problem with Happiness. That most of us believe we’re UNhappy BECAUSE that algorithm I just mentioned is the way we think. Because we’re always waiting. Waiting to get X. And then when we obtain or achieve that thing... we
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Does it ever feel like you struggle to find another person that’s heading down a similar path as yourself? Or that sometimes you just can’t connect on the same viewpoints, whether that be personally or professionally? Well, lemme tell ya! That happens SO much, and even in a field where we’re all supposed to be non-judgmental and compassionate!! I was wonderfully surprised when I met our Featured Guest for this month’s blog posts nearly a year ago as I continued on my quest f
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