Life is tough. Success is hard. To make it through, you’ve got to find your inner strength and passion. You have to train yourself to watch for opportunities, and seize them effectively if you want to reach a higher level of success and happiness.
Making a daily habit of exercise can create happiness.
When you exercise, your body releases endorphins or the feel good hormones that can lift your mood. When you exercise every day – even if it’s just going for a walk around the block at work or at home – you help improve the way your organs can do their jobs.
You make it easier for them to function. You also create more mental alertness in your brain when you exercise, because you increase the way that your organs can get the oxygen that they need.
Some believe you can. And some like David Roth say, “Money can’t buy you happiness, but it can buy you a yacht so you can pull up right alongside it!”
But here’s a shocker. Happiness and success are readily available… without costing a cent.
What do I mean?
You see, some people just wish and dream of a day when they’ll be able to afford things that’ll make them happy and successful. Things like a new home, exotic vacations, and more.
But happiness and success aren’t derived from tangible things. It’s a state of mind that allows you to further your progress in both your personal and professional life so that every day, you’re achieving goals and reaching new milestones toward a better life.
Everyone has goals they want to reach. Maybe weight loss or personal finances. Or specific business growth goals. Or health related goals. Or something else.
Regardless of what milestones you want to achieve, you won’t get there if all you have in mind is the end result.
Setting goals is just one part of the equation.
Knowing how to get there is the piece of the puzzle that many people leave out, which leads them to flounder, procrastinate and veer off course… until one day they realize they’re completely off base and have wasted a lot of time and effort.
Dr.Mani is Chairman of the Dr.Mani Children Heart Foundation. He's curious about things, and loves to read & travel. His current Interests lie in Genomics, A.I., Economics, Theoretical Physics and Nanotech.