Some may think that you must be successful to be happy. Others may think the opposite: You must be happy to be successful. Both of those thought patterns correlate with thinking that one has everything to do with the other.

In The Success Code, I talk about three pillars of success. In The Happiness Code, I talk about three pillars of happiness.

All of the six things I talk about go together, and the one thing they all have in common is that your happiness and success is up to you. You must be willing to adapt. If you find you are not moving forward, step back and ask yourself the following questions:

Am I doing what I want (in life, in love, in business)?

In the areas you are, Great! Keep going!

In any area you are not,  ask yourself: What steps can I take to help achieve the result I desire?

You should check in with yourself often to see if you are still moving towards achieving your goals. If you aren’t, brainstorm for ways to help yourself get back on track.

When we were younger, our goals were set by our parents and society. Going to school, working to get good grades, passing on from elementary to middle school, high school and then college. As an adult, we now get to decide what our goals are and determine how we can reach them.

I fully understand this can be a tall order. It’s why I’m working on a goal setting course to help you break down what’s needed to create goals you can achieve. You can join the VIP List here to be among the first to know when it’s released.

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