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Correct Attitude: Key To Success In 21st Century

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The 21st Century has proven to be a very industrious time in history. People are continuously competing against each other in the name of success. Work places and all other areas of life are becoming more and more competitive as no one wants to be left behind. Millions of graduates are actively seeking jobs while those who have jobs are doing their level best to maintain it. With all this hunger for success going around, a good mental attitude comes in handy in staying ahead of the game. It is hard to continue being productive with a negative attitude. It is important to know how having the correct attitude can improve one’s success.

Know yourself

The first step towards success is self-awareness. People should be able to take time to know themselves and determine their strengths and weaknesses. This enables one to set out clear goals and also identify what areas of life they want to succeed in. Once these areas are determined, one can concentrate their full energy and resources into achieving them.

Good Impression

A positive attitude is the key to a good impression. Going for an interview with the correct attitude will increases one’s chances of landing their dream job. The interviewers will see that the person exhumes confidence and is ready to take the first step towards success. One will also be able to make a good impression when it comes to business and therefore land more business deals. Clients always trust people who have a positive attitude towards their business and capabilities to deliver.

Coping with Tough Times

Tough times are a true measure of our strengths. Most people end up stressed or heavily depressed. They give up and lose their ways when faced with challenges. They start complaining how life is unfair to them and how they don’t know what to do. People with positive mental attitude face tough times head on. Their attitude helps them to cope with frustrations. Instead of whining, they find long lasting solutions. They ensure that they stay successful no matter what curve life throws at them.

Self-Inspiration or Motivation

A lot of people rely on books or memorable quotes to keep them inspired. However, this kind of motivation only lasts for a few days and those people are back to their old uninspired selves. Positive people constantly motivated and seek inspiration from within themselves. Their positive attitude gives them a burning desire, a deep drive from within to achieve success. This kind of inspiration lasts forever within a person as long as they have the correct attitude.

Belief in Oneself

Most people do not succeed in life because they do not believe in themselves. A strong belief in oneself can catapult a person to great heights. It easy for a person with great skills and talent to fail just because of not believing in one’s own capabilities.

Mastering oneself is the first step in mastering all the other aspects of life. In order to master oneself, a positive mental attitude is required. Success in any area of life cannot be achieved with a negative attitude. Having a positive outlook towards life is a powerful tool for success.

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18 Things You Can Do When You’re Feeling Blue


Everyone has those down moments, when they’re stuck in the muck and can’t quite get out. If you’re feeling blue, try one of these (or all of them!) to help you get back to happy.

  1. Smile. It sounds stupid, but your brain connects smiling to happy feel-good hormones, and your brain can’t tell that you’re lying.
  1. Go for a walk. Your brain connects physical movement to endorphins, which raise your mood. Plus you can see pretty things.
  1. Call a friend. You can catch up and take your mind off things.
  1. Do something for a family member. Doing something for others, without expecting anything in return, boosts your mood (and takes your mind off things).


  1. Splurge (a little). Go buy some ice cream, or buy a DVD, or a shirt that’s on sale that you want. Don’t go overboard, but sometimes treating ourselves helps.
  1. Cry. Yep, just let it out. Your emotions will feel spent soon afterwards, and you can go back to “normal.”
  1. Cook. Feeding your body feeds your mind, too. When you put quality food into your body, the chemical composition changes to make you healthier.
  1. Take a nap. Don’t go overboard with this. Just take a nap because sometimes, when we’re tired, it makes us less than happy.
  1. Read. Even if you’re not a big reader, pick up something (even a blog) and just read for 20-30 minutes. Don’t read anything that amplifies negative emotions, though.
  1. Journal. Write in a journal, get it all out, and focus more on following your thoughts than making it perfect or well written. This free writing can help you “brain dump,” so you feel less burdened by your thoughts.
  1. Swim. If you don’t know how to swim, maybe skip this step. Floating in water, whether a pool, hot tub, or even a bath tub, is relaxing and your body will appreciate the relief from constant gravity.
  1. Put on a movie. Or go out and see a movie. Sometimes, escapism is the best bet.
  1. Pamper yourself. If you want to paint your nails, get a hair cut, have a facial, have a massage, etc., pamper yourself (within budget).
  1. Take a sick day. Don’t abuse this one, either. But some days, work is just too much to face on top of everything else you got going on.
Two Young Women Readin In Park At Sunset

Two Young Women Readin In Park At Sunset

  1. Watch cat videos. Who isn’t cheered up by a bunch of adorable cat videos on YouTube?
  1. Play with your pets. Or borrow someone else’s. Pets have been proven to reduce stress and increase happiness.
  1. Meditate. Even if you’ve never done it before, try sitting in a quiet room with your eyes closed for 10 minutes. Just focus on breathing and don’t focus on any one specific thought.
  1. Feel it. Whatever you’re feeling, let it happen. Stop trying to fight it, and stop trying to run from it; it always catches up.
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5 Ways to Be Successful in Life (That Don’t Have to Do With Money)


The majority of us are raised to believe that success means a good job, a nice paycheck, a fancy house, a fast car, a beautiful wife, and 3 kids you can barely stand (kidding!). What we don’t ever consider is that success looks different for everyone. What I think is important isn’t what you think is important, and we don’t have to look like the traditional mold (or we can, that’s our right!). Here are a few ideas of what success looks like for a variety of people I’ve had the pleasure of meeting. Maybe it will help nudge you along the right path for you.

A Huge Family 

No matter how much money you have in the bank, you can always have a big family. In fact, the more hands, the less money you might need to make because you can sell your child for slave labor (kidding!). Whatever your reason for wanting a large family, having all of your loved ones under one roof may be how you define success. Even if you’re not what people call “rich,” you feel like you are because you are loved from so many directions.


A Career That Brings Value  

There are people who go to law school for years, are hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt, and choose to work for a civil rights firm that pays them about what a teacher makes every year. Why? Because what they do matters. They’ll maybe never be able to pay off that debt, but they can rest easy knowing they’re doing work that actually makes a difference.

Creating a Much-Needed Something  

Entrepreneurs are some of the most happy and successful people we know, as long as their ideas work. They’re creating something that society needs – something that the Big Businesses out there don’t provide, and they are happy because of it. Even if the idea never takes off, or they never get rich, they’re happy working for themselves and for something they believe in.

Traveling the World 

Can you imagine that there are people who forego a nice, secure house and paycheck to live out of a backpack while hopping around the globe? Not many people can do this, but for those that do – that’s how they define success. They look at themselves, what they’ve done, and where they’ve gone, and they can say, “I did that, and I’m happy.” They’re not rich, they’re probably tired, but they’ve got so many amazing stories.


Giving it All Away 

You’ve probably read stories about old millionaires dying and leaving all their riches to a charity. Can you imagine? Some people think of that as a darn shame, but for that person, that may be the sign of success. To have so much money at the end of life to say, “Here, take it.” What an amazing life that would be, and what a great gift that person would give.

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Happiness is a Road, Not a Destination


You may have different beliefs on what is more important in life: the ends or the means. I believe that all that matters in life is the means by which you get to the end, because we all get to the end at some point. Why rush it? The same applies to happiness – some people see it as destination (end), when I see it as the road (means).

Speed Bumps 

No matter how happy you are at any given time, no matter how much you think you’ve finally reached your destination – happiness – you will encounter road blocks and speed bumps at some point. Whether it’s the death of a loved one, a job change, a move, a crazy busy period in your life, etc., something will step in the way of your happiness. Therefore, happiness is not the end – if it was, nothing could get in the way. Happiness is the road because it’s a constant effort to keep on trucking, even when those speed bumps are trying to knock your tires off.

Running Out of Gas  

There are just some times in life where you’re dog tired. Crap keeps piling up, you’ve had a bad couple of days, weeks, or months, and you’re just plain sick of it. You don’t feel like fighting it – you just want to pull over and take a rest. Maybe you’ve entirely run out of gas, so even if you wanted to get back on the road you’re kinda stuck. Now, if happiness was the destination, you wouldn’t have to worry about this kind of stuff. You’d just relax until your tank was full, right? Happiness is the road, because traveling is long and hard and you’re gonna need to refill your tank. Take care of yourself, so you can keep trucking on the road that is happiness.



It doesn’t matter how fast you go on the road, you’re always going to have passengers. Sometimes they’re good passengers, who rock out with you on the best musical road trip ever, and sometimes you want to open their door and push them out doing 80. The people make all the difference, and you can pick people up along the way and drop off some people if you can. If happiness was the destination, the people who made you happiest would already be there, without that shared history. But because happiness is the road, you share your experiences and you have people that shape the trip into something truly memorable.

Speed Traps  

Of course you want to get where you’re going, and you want to get there quickly. Just when you think you’re really making good time, you see those flashing lights in the rearview. There are people that will always try to kill your vibe – and pull you over to let you know that your path to happiness is just not going to work. If happiness was a destination, nobody could interfere. But it’s the road, so remember that people will always try to slow you don’t. Don’t pull over.

5 Metrics Used to Define Happiness

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You may be thinking, “I think I’m pretty happy, but how do I know?” Well, if you’re asking that question, odds are you’re not 100% happy – but who is? Here are 5 ways to measure your happiness, and take stock of how happy and successful you are in life.


For some people, this means money or a great job. For others it means a strong relationship or situation that is familiar to them and not likely to change a whole lot. Whatever it means to you, focus on that and grade your situation in terms of how secure you feel. The higher your security score, the happier you probably are.


While some people claim they don’t need anyone to be happy, and that may be true, odds are that having a love interest in your life (that is secure) will up your happiness factor dramatically. You could even have a romantic interest in someone who doesn’t even know you exist, and it could increase (or decrease) your happiness. Take stock of your love life, and see if that is a source of happiness or unhappiness in your life – and change it if you’re not happy with that.



Health has one of the biggest impacts on happiness, aside from romantic love. Think about it: Could you be totally happy if you were constantly in pain, or terrified that death loomed just over your head? People who are healthier are happier, and people who are happier are healthier. It’s sort of a “chicken and the egg” argument – we aren’t sure which situation creates the other, but they are entirely connected. So feed yourself good food, exercise frequently, and smile more. Your health and happiness depend on it.


People who believe they are providing a value to others, whether in the form of money, time, expertise, love, etc. feel that they are happier. If you feel valued for whatever you have to offer the world, you’re probably happier. Take a moment to reflect on what value you bring, and what you would want to add if you could. If you don’t feel valued enough, think about what you have to offer, and offer it! Volunteer, help a friend, spend more time with your kids, whatever it is that you know will make an impact on someone’s life.


People who feel rushed, stressed, too busy with work or family, and feel they have no time to themselves feel the least happy. Having time to do the things you love to do is a sign of true happiness, and it’s reflected in the amount of effort someone puts into making time. Take a minute to consider how much time you set aside for yourself, or for your whole family, and decide if you’re happy with that amount. If you’re not, don’t just say, “Oh I’m too busy.” Physically carve out or schedule that time in for yourself, because the happiness of yourself and others can’t wait.

How Happiness Became the Joneses’ Next Big Thing


It seems like everywhere you look, happiness is something that you MUST have. “Money can’t buy happiness, but it can buy ___,” or “Find happiness here!” or multiple blog posts about the easiest way to be happy in life. It’s everywhere! You may read these posts or advertisements, or see books on the shelf and think, “I’m not happy yet! I need to change that!” I’m here to tell you that happiness is not something you need to acquire right now, like that 65” wifi TV or the 6 speedsnowblower the Joneses have next door. Happiness is not something to be acquired, it’s something to be earned.

Money Can’t Buy You Love  

We all know money can’t buy us happiness, even though material possession can definitely make us happy. We also know that some of the richest people are the loneliest because money can’t give you people who love you. But lately, it seems that happiness is the latest hot seller; ads, books, TV shows, blogs, etc. all promise you the most solutions to your happiness problems. In reality, though, what one person says about happiness is not what’s going to be tailor-made for your life and your happiness. In the end, no amount of self help books or seminars about happiness can help you change your situations – only you can.



Everyone’s Doing It 

It seems like everywhere you look, people are quitting their jobs to start up amazing nonprofits and live in tiny homes, or people are leaving their dead end marriages for the hottie they met on vacation. All in the name of happiness. Of course they’re happy! But doesn’t it make you feel a little icky inside, worried that you’ll never find your happiness? In this way, the search for happiness has become a contest, something we check in with all of our friends to see who is doing the most to gain more happiness, or who is living our “happy dream.” Just like keeping up with the Joneses, keeping up with our happiness goals has become a competition.

Happiness Isn’t Instant 

Despite what everything you’re reading, seeing, and hearing says – happiness does not come overnight, with one single decision. Happiness is a daily choice, made with difficult options and plain old hard work. What makes you happy isn’t going to be easy, and what comes easy isn’t going to make you happy. When someone says they know the one thing you should do to make yourself happier right now, keep scrolling, put down the book, turn off the TV, and walk away. Happiness is individually created, and individually owned. Nobody can mass produce happiness. They can maybe give you some points, but don’t ever expect the same results as the next person. Your happiness is your responsibility, and it takes time. If you’re not patient, you won’t ever be entirely happy. You’ve heard the phrase, “The best things come to those that wait,” and happiness is truly no different.

Tip: Be Happy by Letting Yourself be Sad


You’re probably thinking, “That’s crazy! Sad is the opposite of happy!” and you’re right. But just because you’re sad doesn’t mean you’ll never be happy again right? Here are a few ways that being sad can actually help you be happier.

Letting Yourself Cry 

When you feel an intense (unhappy) emotion, let yourself feel it, rather than pushing it away. When you let that feel sort of wash over you, without entirely controlling your whole life, you’re essentially telling your body, “We are human, and humans feel a range of emotions.” When you don’t let yourself express your sadness (or any other supposed “negative” emotion), you deny your body that release, and it will internalize it, making you hold in that bad energy that can make you sick and generally much more unhappy.

Crying beautiful woman photo

Crying beautiful woman photo


Grief Shows You a Lot 

Are you sad because a relationship ended or you lost a loved one? By being sad, you’re allowing yourself to grieve properly, and to say that this person or this relationship was really important to me, and I’m sad it’s gone. But it also shows you that you value that sort of relationship, or that sort of person, and you can cherish what those things did for you as a person. It may also show you things that you wish you could have changed, that maybe you can change the next time around. Maybe you wish you had said, “I love you” more, and now you can start saying it to the people who truly care. Grow from what makes you sad to make your life happier moving forward.

Happy = Healthy 

If you internalize your sadness and “negative” emotions, you’re telling your body to store all of that bad juju. That bad juju keeps growing and growing because it doesn’t have an outlet, and you can’t get over the sadness (or anger, or whatever). Then, it’s a downward spiral into emotions you can’t control, which in turn affect your outlook on life and your health. You can’t be healthy and be sad all the time – it just doesn’t work that way. You can’t be happy when you’re sad all the time. So let it out. Tell someone if you’re sad, work through it somehow, and get it out. Even if you don’t feel like talking about it, releasing some of that burden can help you lighten the load and the sun can come back in.

Happy active family jumping in green field against blue sky. Summer vacation concept

Happy active family jumping in green field against blue sky. Summer vacation concept

Sadness is Strength 

People who have been through the most often are the strongest people you know. Even when they’ve experienced incredible sadness, they come out victorious on the other side. Let this be a lesson for your life; no matter what events knock you down, you can grow from them. Sadness is something that tends to show us what is most important in life, and show us what we don’t want to feel again. Don’t get stuck in it; grow from it, and make your life better because you’ve been through it.

How Success and Happiness Affect Each Other


You know that feeling when you’ve really made it? Where you feel like you’ve made a difference, established yourself in a job or career that makes you happy? Plus it pays the bills? Maybe you don’t, but it’s something that most of us aim for, right? If you’re wondering if you have to be successful to be happy, here is why the two are often so interchangeable in our world today.

Money Can Buy Happiness 

Even if you’re shaking your head, money does buy us a modicum of happiness. It buys us a secure roof over our heads, great food on the table, lets us live our dreams (having kids, traveling the world, saving for retirement, etc.), and gives us a little extra cushion in case something goes wrong. You know this is true, because not having money means that you’re stressed, you’re digging for change in the couch cushions, and you’re wondering when you’re going to stop feeling this way. Having a successful life – whether as an employee, investor, entrepreneur, whatever you want to be – means that you produce enough income to pay for your lifestyle. Therefore, in this case, success does equate to happiness.

Work Gives us Value  

You know that soul sucking job that you just hate? How you feel like crying whenever you walk the door? And you know that job that you fantasize about, where you love your coworkers and you do work that you love? Well, this is further proof that how we define success makes us happier. If you had that job you loved, even if it paid less than the soul sucking one you want to leave, wouldn’t you be happier? Wouldn’t you be able to come home at night and not drink 3 beers just to get over the day you had? Having work we love provide us value means that we, as humans, feel more useful, more happy, and yes, more successful.

Couple on a jetty at Lake Ianthe, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific

Couple on a jetty at Lake Ianthe, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific

Happiness = Success 

Let’s flip the tables for a moment, and consider how much happiness can create success. Don’t you feel more successful when you’re happy at work? Doesn’t going to work with a good mood make you feel a little better about everything you do in a day? Being happy actually gives us more ability to become successful , as we have more energy and more desire to do the things that make us successful. This can either mean in monetary value – what we make from a job when we’re happier there – or in personal value – feeling like maybe we’re doing something really good for the company or others when we do this specific job. Happiness also changes our outlook on life. When we choose to be happy, doesn’t everything sort of fall into place? That washer that just went out is a pain, sure, but it’s an obstacle you can overcome because you’re not going to let it drag you down. Don’t let your external events define your happiness.

Is a Technology Hiatus the Right Path to Happiness?

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Odds are, you’re reading this on your phone. Or your laptop.Or your tablet.Or your infrared eyeball scanner? Quit reading this if you’re a cyborg.

However you’re consuming this information, you’re using that same technology to consume other information – probably much less useful information. You probably check Facebook while you’re on the toilet, and your phone is probably the first thing you check when you wake up in the morning. Maybe you start to get sweaty in the palms when you can’t find your phone. Maybe the Internet goes out and you think it’s the end of the world. We’re all guilty, so don’t feel bad, but there are a few ways that breaking your addiction to technology can make you happier.

More Time

Do you spend a lot of time perusing the Internet, email, or cute YouTube cat videos (me too)? Do you look up and realize you’re late for a meeting, or you don’t even know where your children are? We’ve all had this problem, and you can lose major time when you’re not being mindful of it. For this reason, a technology hiatus can create more happiness in your life. Think about how much free time you’ll have when you’re not hunched over your device of choice, and think about how many different hobbies you can pursue when you’re not stalking your ex-boyfriends on Facebook.


Better Relationships 

We all see it – the sad group of friends at the dinner table that are all looking down at their phones, not interacting with each other and ignoring the really mad waitress. You think, “Oh that’s so sad,” and then look down at your phone to read your newest alert. You’re just as guilty as anyone else. When you ignore the people around you to pay attention to your smart phone, you’re sacrificing really great conversation and connection to the people you love most (or haven’t even met yet). Think about all the people you could have met (including Mr. or Mrs. Right!), but you were too busy looking down at your phone to notice them from across the room. Doh!

Longer Life  

Distracted driving is the number one killer in auto accidents in the United States. It’s a real problem. Don’t even act like you’re not guilty either – you check your latest text message or email alert just like the car next to you. When you do this, you’re essentially saying, “I value this unimportant notification over my life and the safety of the vehicles around me.” We’re all real jerks, and we really need to knock it off. There are also studies indicating that people who sit at desks or hunch over tech devices day in and day out are more prone to life threatening issues, like blood clots, hypertension, obesity, stress (leading to heart attacks), and more. More and more, we are realizing that our devices are not exactly conducive to the healthiest lifestyles, and we need to change.