05 Nov Mastering happiness
The Only Way to Become Amazingly Great at Something (including happiness)? Practice, practice and more practice…
I just read this article about mastery and greatness; and there’s no doubt in my mind that this applies just as much to happiness! Read some…
Very often you_ã_ll see blog posts or books teaching you to _ã–master_ã a skill in only 10 days, or 3 days _ã_ in fact, it used to be 30 days but the time frame to master something seems to be shrinking rapidly.
I_ã_ve even seen tutorials claiming to teach a skill in just a few hours. Pretty soon we_ã_ll be demanding to know how to do something in seconds.
Instant mastery of skills and knowledge! Hey presto!
Unfortunately, the reality is something a little less magical. Or maybe that_ã_s a fortunate thing.
There_ã_s only one way to become good at something (including happiness)…and that’s to practice, practice some more and then keep practising!
To read more from Zen Habits – click here – and don’t forget, happiness and health and other forms of success are no different. Find out what to do and then do it as much as you can!
PS: for ideas on what to do check out:
- The Happiness Institute’s free products – here
- My books and workbooks and other resources – here
- And my powerful program for overcoming stress and depression – here
At The Happiness Institute we believe that achieving happiness requires nothing more than practising a few simple disciplines every day…so go on, get practising.