To say that "change is the only constant thing in this world" has meaning in every sense of the word. In return, this universal truth is also said that nothing is like "forever". Nevertheless, within all of these glorious universe truths, there are things in this world that are eternal: one of the essentials that allows us to find happiness and success in our lives.
In his book # 1, the National Bestseller, which sold more than 10 million copies, the author Stephen R. Covey proved that he was 7 survivors of highly successful companions (1990 ed.). As a parent he argues that in order to change circumstances we need to change ourselves and to change ourselves effectively, we must first change our perception. Dr Phil argues that it is more complicated than that. Illustrated in his book Life Strategies – Stop Excuse! Do what works, do what matters (1999 ed.). He certainly wants to instill into our minds to elucidate the truth about changes that we can not change what we do not recognize. Similarly, I fully agree with his arguments. It's like saying that the hardest thing to open in this world is a closed mind – making changes difficult to take place.
There are some who have the mind to make some changes in their lives and choose to be happy. Even great Chinese philosopher Confucius would agree in the belief that "the man must be wise and dissatisfied with living a happy life" – philosophy simply shared with his contemporary Mencius as he speaks three mature virtues of the great man and # 39; as wisdom, constraint and courage, implemented in Lin Yutang's book, The Importance of Living (1962 ed.), which needs to read a book for daily life.
In the same way, Stephen R. Covey emphasizes the "nature of morality" as the basis for successful things such as honesty, humility, loyalty, mindset, courage, justice, patience, industry, simplicity, mildness and the golden rule.
In his book, he introduced Benjamin Franklin independence as the characteristics of these valid "person to integrate certain rules and practices deep in nature," he explained. The nature of ethics, according to Covey, teaches us that there are fundamental principles of effective life, and that people can only experience true success and lasting happiness as they learn and integrate these principles into their basic character.
In addition, Anthony Scire's dynamic and contemporary book The Power of 2 (2003 edition) contributes to building long-term relationships and encouraging us to be "good, good and good" all those we know and meet. This draws attention to Henry James's nuclear weapon: "Three things in human life are important," he said. "First, be good. The second is to be good, and the third should be good." In the same book, excellent bishop Fulton J. Sheen also encouraged us to take control of our feelings so that we can live a happy and happy life. He said, "Each of us makes our own weather determines the color of heaven in the emotional universe he possesses."
A change is therefore inevitable in our lives. If – and when it comes, our absolute value should help us to adapt to the consequences of change. Here, as shown by the great and wise men of the past and generation, our happiness and success depends on our core values and attitudes.