Five Keys To Finding Inner Happiness

Being happy with yourself and feeling at peace is no small task but it can take just a few small steps to unlock your inner happiness and feel more fulfilled in life.

If you want to rebalance your life to make securing inner happiness a priority, trying to incorporate these five steps into your daily routines.

1. Understanding that perfection doesn’t exist

Striving for unattainable goals and perfection can have a serious impact on your emotions and mental wellbeing.

Understanding that perfection isn’t possible and there’s always areas where improvements can be made helps to create an inner sense of happiness.

It doesn’t mean you stop making changes but celebrate the small victories and don’t feel dejected when things don’t always work out exactly as you had planned.

2. Surrounding yourself with positive people

Who you’re with has an instant influence on how you feel yourself.

Surround yourself with people that tend to look on the bright side of life and some of their optimism will rub off on you.

Friends and family that have an upbeat attitude are far more likely to give you the encouragement and confidence support that you need when you could do with a boost to work towards your goal.

The saying goes that ‘laughter is the best medicine’ and spending time with happy people will help you find your inner happiness.

3. Envision positive outcomes

If you’re always thinking that gloomy outcomes are a given, you’ll end up missing out on opportunities because you give them a miss and get stuck in a rut.

When things can go two ways, focus on the positive.

By envisioning the best outcome, you have something to focus on and work towards, whether it’s a career step or a personal relationship, spurring you on to success.

It’s something that many people fail to do as they are afraid of setting themselves up for disappointment, but it provides direction and optimism.

4. Finding your purpose

Having something that you love to do and gives you a sense of fulfilment is critical for finding inner happiness.

It gives you something to turn to each day as a pick me up should you need it.

It could be part of your career, a hobby, or simply through the way you help other people.

5. Finding time for reflection

One of the best ways to improve your inner happiness is to focus on what you already have.

It’s easy to focus on what’s missing in your life so much that you forget what you should already be thankful for.

Spending a few minutes each day practising mindfulness techniques can help you better reflect.

author: Stephen Coleclough

Stephen Coleclough is a leading international and domestic tax consultant who specialises in solving complex problems. As well as advising on tax matters, Stephen also enjoys exploring topics relating to physical and mental wellbeing. You can follow him on Twitter at SColeclough.


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