Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. (depending on how to define results) "If you love what you do, you'll succeed," said Albert Schweitzer. "Happiness and success are very closely linked." In his book, "You Can Get What You Want . & # 39; Michael Neale suggests that if you try to be successful, you are doing them in the wrong order.
Outside-of-home success can be what money can buy and there's also an inner success that comes from within: Experience the joy of your daily life is very important and you probably want to combine inner and outer successes . You want to feel good and have good things around you.
Michael Neale also points to interesting exercises: think about something in your life that you are happy and angry, sad or fearful. He asks if he could break magic and you immediately wanted to be happy in that situation without anything else, would you like him to wonder? In other words, it would be ok with you to be happy in that state exactly as it is, not to say what you are talking about, it's just a sincere question from you to you. If your answer is & # 39; no & # 39; Ask yourself the following questions.
& # 39; What am I afraid would happen if I was not happy with such and so? & # 39; & # 39; What do I think would mean if I was not happy? & # 39;
Imagine yourself feeling well and peaceful in yourself and treating the situation well and at least three ways you can fulfill this positive plan.