My efforts determine my happiness. I am committed to doing whatever it takes to be happy.
Happiness is an achievement that is within my control. However, sometimes I really need to work for it.
It takes discipline to be content. I trade fleeting pleasure for long-term satisfaction. Saving money for retirement gives me more peace of mind than splurging on fancy clothing and electronics. Going to the gym after work keeps me healthier than sitting around watching TV.
Perseverance is important. I plan ahead for obstacles and find alternative ways to reach my goals.
I direct my efforts towards cultivating gratitude and finding happiness. I appreciate the love of my family and friends. I give thanks for my health. I practice forgiveness and let go of grudges that weigh me down. I engage in positive thinking and transform hardships into challenges.
I manage stress. Taking a walk clears my mind. Deep breathing dispels tension. Rest and meditation restore me.
My dedication to my relationships contributes to my happiness. Enhancing my social skills helps me to get along better with others. I experience fewer conflicts. I focus on cooperation and teamwork. I look for ways to help others and accept their assistance in return.
Today, I put my efforts into being happy.
I choose thoughts and actions that bring more joy into my life.
- How can I strengthen my intention to be happy?
- What am I doing to make myself happy?
- What role do others play in my happiness?