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Why Happiness Comes from Purposeful Actions

I don’t want to do this? And then you get started, and the first five minutes suck, and an hour later when you’re done, you’re so grateful and happy?”In a conversation with SUCCESS People Editor Tristan Ahumada, Meltzer shares a unique perspective on becoming happy.Wanting something—anything—is the starting point of all happiness. Expecting a rosy outcome from life is what adds meaning and direction to everything you do.But the happiest people don’t just want things. They desire them.

They have a hunger for success that trumps their current reality, and they’ll stop at nothing to merge the two.“When you have the desire that you must be what you can be, will always outweigh the pain: setbacks, failures, or mistakes,” Meltzer says.So that’s the first thing to master on the happiness journey: unbridled desire. Don’t choose a lukewarm goal you’re not passionate about. that motivates you to create your happiest life.Most people plan their happiness for the distant future, Meltzer says.

They think, I’ll feel better when I launch my business. Or they grumble, I wish I could skip to the good part of life where I have everything I want. But that doesn’t leave much hope for the present.

It’s better to cultivate today’s joy while building long-term happiness for the future.“I believe we should only have daily resolutions based on our and our immediate and long-term objectives,” Meltzer says. “That will help us know what we want to do today.”Prioritizing your life one day at a time . It also frees you up to explore your purpose and embrace true happiness. Here are three steps to get better at prioritizing:What does happiness have to do with sleep? More than we think.

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I don’t want to do this? And then you get started, and the first five minutes suck, and an hour later when you’re done, you’re so grateful and happy?”In a conversation with SUCCESS People Editor Tristan Ahumada, Meltzer shares a unique perspective on becoming happy.Wanting something—anything—is the starting point of all happiness. Expecting a rosy outcome from life is what adds meaning and direction to everything you do.But the happiest people don’t just want things. They desire them.
I want to be well mentally. I want to be well physically.”In this episode of , Washington shares the secret to wealth-building: Money comes when you embrace your purpose. It’s the premise of her latest book, .

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