To Get Happier, Focus on What Makes You Miserable

Focus on the bad

Interesting article which references Randy Paterson’s book  How to Be Miserable:  40 Strategies You Already Use.  This book offers an interesting counterpoint to our national happiness obsession:  Focus on the bad.

“If we can accept distressing feelings for what they are — part of the normal flow of human emotion —then, paradoxically, we will be less distressed. Our distress comes not from experiencing those emotions, but from our reaction to them as being unacceptable or abnormal.”

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Be a People Connector

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This is a great article:  The Key to Luck Is Being a People Connector, by Jocelyn K. Glei

“Every opportunity is attached to a person. Opportunities do not float like clouds in the sky. They’re attached to people. If you’re looking for an opportunity — including one that has a financial payoff — you’re really looking for a person.”  – Ben Casnocha