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How To Get Happy NOW: 7 Quick Ways To Feel Better
- Older people have good tips because they've been there before:
- Life is short.
- In the world of work, do what you enjoy.
- Treat your body like you’re going to need it for 100 years.
- Biggest regret? Pointless worrying.
- Don’t make your happiness contingent.
- Be happy in spite of bad times.
- Downward comparisons
- Do your taxes
We're happiest when we're having sex, exercising, or socializing, or while the mind is focused on the here and now, and low during commuting or while the mind is wandering.
Researchers asked people to do a bunch of different exercises to quickly increase happiness. What was most effective? Smiling
When it comes to increasing happiness, those altering their facial expressions came out on top of the class- powerful evidence that the As If principle can generate emotions outside the laboratory and that such feelings are long-lasting and powerful
Research shows comparing yourself to others can make you feel better - but only if you compare yourself to those worse off than you:
"Generally if people compare themselves to those who are worse off, they're going to feel better". "When they compare themselves to people who are better off, it can make them feel worse."
Complex cognitive tasks like doing math can alleviate a bad mood:
performing a cognitive task can take the edge off negative emotional responses and help people put things into a more neutral perspective
The idea is straightforward: stuff your head with numbers, instead of irrational ideas about getting back together with your ex.
sleep-deprived people fail to recall pleasant memories, yet recall gloomy memories just fine.
we can process negative thoughts quite well when we're exhausted - just not the happy ones. So get your rest.
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It sounds crazy at first: How can you possibly become luckier?
But it turns out luck isn't chance and magic. There's a science behind it.
Richard Wiseman studied very lucky people to figure out what they had in common.
In his book, Luck Factor, he explains the four principles you can use to increase luck in your life.
1) Maximize Opportunities
It makes intuitive sense: if you lock yourself in your house, how many exciting, serendipitous things are going to happen to you? Not many.
-Lucky people create, notice, and act upon the chance opportunities in their lives.-
Certain personality types are luckier because they tend to create scenarios that maximize opportunities and thereby increase luck.
Who is more lucky?
People who are extroverted: More time with others, more interesting possibilities.
People who aren't neurotic: Tense, anxious people are less likely to notice and take advantage of opportunities.
People who are open to new experiences: If you resist the new, you're probably not going to have many interesting things happen.
Are you an introverted neurotic who only listens to oldies and watches reruns? That's okay.
In the end, it's your behavior that matters. By acting more extroverted, less neurotic and more open, you can increase luck.
If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you always gotten.
2) Listen To Hunches
Lucky people act on their intuitions across many areas of their lives.
-Lucky people make successful decisions by using their intuition and gut feelings. Almost 90 percent of lucky people said that they trusted their intuition when it came to personal relationships, and almost 80 percent said it played a vital role in their career choices. About 20 percent more lucky than unlucky people used their intuition when it came to making important financial decisions, and over 20 percent more used their intuition when thinking about their career choices.
- Lucky people take more steps to boost their intuition as well.
They're more likely to respond to problems by meditating, clearing their mind, coming back to the problem later or finding a quiet place to think about it.Again, this isn't something innate or unchangeable. Want to increase luck in your life? Go with your gut more often.
3) Expect Good Fortune
Plain and simple - it's optimism.
You're more likely to try new things, follow through on opportunities and have them succeed if you believe they'll work out well.
On average, lucky people thought that there was about a 90 percent chance of having a great time on their next holiday, (and) an 84 percent chance of achieving at least one of their lifetime ambitions.
Lucky people have "grit."
Lucky people attempt to achieve their goals, even if their chances of success seem slim, and persevere in the face of failure.
What do you need to do? Be optimistic. Persevere. Funny as it sounds, believe you're lucky and you're more likely to actually be lucky.
4) Turn Bad Luck Into Good
Lucky people aren't always lucky - but they handle adversity differently than unlucky people.
Lucky people see the positive side of their bad luck.
Lucky people are convinced that any ill fortune in their lives will, in the long run, work out for the best.
Lucky people do not dwell on their ill fortune.
Lucky people take constructive steps to prevent more bad luck in the future.
How do you respond to disappointment?
Giving up, getting gloomy and locking yourself in the house won't help the world offer you better opportunities.
Imitate lucky people when things don't go your way.
These Principles Work
Not only did Wiseman find that lucky people had these qualities in common, he was able to make unlucky people more lucky by having them apply the ideas. In total, 80 percent of people who attended Luck School said that their luck had increased. On average, these people estimated that their luck had increased by more than 40 percent. Not only were they luckier, particpants also scored higher on life satisfaction after trying Wiseman's principles. So making yourself lucky can also make you happy. Now that's good fortune.
After identifying a group of people who identified themselves as unlucky, he shared the main principles of lucky behavior, including specific techniques. As Wiseman described it, "For instance, they were taught how to be more open to opportunities around them, how to break routines, and how to deal with bad luck by imagining things being worse." Wiseman included exercises to increase chance opportunities, such as building and maintaining a network of luck, being open to new experiences, and developing a more relaxed attitude toward life, as well as ways to listen to hunches and to visualize lucky interactions. After carrying out specific exercises for a month, participants reported back to Wiseman. "The results were dramatic: eighty percent were happier and more satisfied with their lives-and luckier." (R.Wiseman)
Recommendations for happiness are nearly identical to recommendations for maintaining health.For example, those trying to improve their happiness are advised to do the following things:
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- Watch less TV
- Improve social relations— spend time with friends
- Increase levels of physical activity— go for a long walk
- Help others and express gratitude to those who have helped you
- Take on new challenges to remain fresh and in-the-moment
You've only got 30,000 days of life. Seriously. Here's what classical philosophers and modern science agree can make those days better:
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