“Happiness is not a state to arrive at but, rather, a manner of traveling.”
– Samuel Johnson, author, literary critic and lexicographer
I truly enjoy some of the deep and probing discussions I have with my clients as they explore their own success journeys.
One simple and useful discussion relating to happiness involves these three words: be, do, have.
People often get this process backwards. They believe that when they have X they will do Y and be happier.
As a coach, I encourage them to begin with their state of being, that informs their doing, that in turn will help them have a life they desire.
Revisit your list of core values and fundamental beliefs from the exercise for Quote #32, to find the source of your being, so you can be happier.
You can find Quote #32 archived on The Quotable Coach website here: https://www.thequotablecoach.com/purpose/a-man-should-conceive-of-a-legitimate-purpose