“Habits of thinking need not be forever. One of the most significant findings in psychology in the last twenty years is that individuals can choose the way they think.” – Martin Seligman
It may not be inaccurate to say that one of the major goals of humans is to be happy and increase the levels of happiness in their life.
Happiness is a hot buzzword these days. You may have heard of many different ways to increase happiness. But often, with all the stress of modern living, happiness is elusive.
Has the thought crossed your mind about what might be some of the scientifically tested and proven ways to be happy?
I recently wrote a guest post titled:
You can click on the title above or click here to access it. The blog where the post was published is a brand new motivational blog called m.otivate.me. They are also doing some great work over at their google plus page.
I would appreciate it if you could leave your comments, if you have any for my new guest post over at the m.otivate.me blog or at their google plus page!