4 Habits of Happy People

· February 17, 2017
We're all worthy of being happy. We just need to learn how. Check out these 4 easy habits that can help you find happiness.

All habits that bring happiness first demand one thing: courage. We can’t forget that true well-being lies outside the boundaries of fear. Because of this, only those who have enough courage can truly reach this state of mind.

After all, no one ever taught us how to learn to be happy. That’s why we make mistakes from time to time.

To be happy, it isn’t necessary to be in love. We also don’t need to be rich or have some treasure stored away. Happy people aren’t that way because they have good looks or the ideal house.

Well-being is a magic internal balance in which nothing is missing and there isn’t too much. However, many focus beyond these dimensions. They think that they can find happiness elsewhere.

Today, we want you to think about four simple, easy habits that can help you find happiness. It’s easier than you think!

1. Be responsible

The first habit of happy people comes from learning to be responsible for ourselves everyday. To do this, we need to perform some simple everyday actions. With these, we can stop depending on others for finding happiness.

The people around us don’t have the obligation to “make up for” the areas we are lacking in. We can only find happiness when we show the world that we are complete.

This means we don’t show fear, inability, or insecurity. This will also help us to start more fulfilling relationships.

Take these simple, everyday strategies into account. They can definitely help:

  • When you get up in the morning, convince yourself that you can do whatever you set your mind to. Also, decide that nothing and no one can take away your calmness and balance.
  • Talk to yourself to remind yourself that you are free and responsible for yourself. This means that you can stop anything that is bothering you. You can also get involved with anything that interests you or makes you grow as a person.

To be happy, you need to make decisions. To do this, remember, you need to be responsible for yourself!

2. Be free


Learning to be free to be happy can be practiced in many ways. Visualize these methods and do some small exercises every day.

Here’s how:

  • Throughout your day, you should dedicate at least two hours to yourself: read, walk, meditate, write, rest, etc…
  • Do activities that allow you to connect with yourself. This will help you feel good, calm, and balanced.
  • At the same time, visualize something important: those who offend you, take your liberty, those you don’t like, and those who don’t respect you. React to this. Set limits. Discover how you can find true happiness little by little.

3. Face your fears


No one can face their fears if they don’t identify them first. After all, we all start to justify our fears.

  • We often don’t want to identify them because sometimes it’s much easier to stay in our comfort zones.
    Why should I change jobs? I know that they treat me badly, but isn’t it “better the devil you know than the devil you don’t”? 

These kinds of limiting ideas and attitudes are very common. They are roots that creep into our personality little by little. They override our ability to be truly happy.

To defeat your fears, remember these strategies. These are easy and helpful habits:

  • Write down everything that worries you or makes you anxious right now on a piece of paper. It can be things, people, and situations.
  • In another column, write down what you would like to find in the near future: freedom, harmony, contentment, tranquility, satisfaction, etc.
  • In the third column, write what you need to do to get what you want.

Think about this and try to put it to use. Start making a change.

4. Be worthy of happiness


Learning to be worthy of happiness has to do with your self-esteem. Whether you believe it or not, sometimes we don’t think that we’re worthy of being happy.

Here are the most common reasons for this:

  • Thinking that our ship has sailed, that there are opportunities that aren’t going to present themselves any more.
  • Saying to ourselves that it’s better to “suck it up” and stay in this unhappy relationship because it’s better than being alone.
  • At the same time, it could be simply falling into a defeatist mindset where we we think that nothing better will happen in life. This is another way we slowly fall into a lethargy that envelops us in relentless unhappiness that can turn into a depression.

We can’t let this happen. We need to stand up to these destructive thoughts. Everyone has the right to second chances.

We’re all worthy of being happy. We just need to learn how.

Don’t let anyone convince you otherwise. Don’t let anyone tell you that “you can’t,” “you don’t know,” or “you don’t deserve it.” Turn a deaf ear to these poisonous words. Only listen to the voice that truly matters: your heart.