A HUGE thanks to all who participated in The Authentic Happiness Summit yesterday. It was absolutely amazing, truly beyond my expectations. I really enjoyed the day, and if you were there, I hope you did, too!
Stay tuned in the next days, as I am planning regular posts with activities for you to do at home, based on my talk yesterday.
If you weren’t there yesterday, here’s a preview:
So often I meet people who are feeling stuck in life: they know something isn’t right, but they don’t even know what’s wrong. They want to make changes, but they don’t know what changes to make or where to start. I know what it’s like: I’ve been there and I’ve felt that. I want to help people find their way out of that situation.
Are you wandering through your life? Do you find yourself stuck in a routine? Living on auto pilot? Just surviving? If you’re unhappy with the way things are going, if you’re feeling stuck in life, or if you really want to get to the root of what gives you that feeling that something’s wrong, then it may be time to start asking yourself some questions.
Be clear about the following three questions: Who am I? Where am I? Where am I going? These questions apply to every single human being, and they apply to all aspects of our lives. If you don’t know who you are, where you are, and where you’re going, then you have no perspective. You won’t know how to prioritise, or how to get things done and when. If you do know the answer to these three questions, you’ll travel through life with a lot of clarity. You’ll be clear on your priorities, you’ll be clear on what you want and don’t want, and you’ll be deeply happy. You already have all the resources you need to answer these questions. You just need to get started.
Ready? Then get yourself a notebook or journal where you can record your observations and answers to the upcoming activities.