03/02/2017

5 traits of happy, successful people

Health & Wellbeing

happiness.pngEveryone wants to be successful, and everyone wants to be happy.

We all have different dreams, different goals and different paths in our lives – but there are some traits we can all develop to help us become happier and more successful people, regardless of what our goals are.
 
Here are 5 traits of happy, successful people that you can bring into your life:

They are passionate

This is the most important element of being happy and successful. If you love what you’re doing, it’s going to be so much easier to do.
 
Passion ties in with the old saying “choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.”
 

They make plans

 With successful people, there’s no winging it.
 
You should ask yourself every morning, what are you going to accomplish today?
 
Successful people make goals. They can be yearly goals, monthly goals, weekly goals or even daily goals.
 
Achieving goals shows continuous improvement, which means getting better at something and then aiming to be our best.
 
And don’t just set lofty goals in your head. Make them realistic, write them down and work towards them. When you achieve goals you’re measuring success, when they’re realistic, they’re achievable- and achieving goals makes you happy!


They don’t neglect their hobbies and interests

 To be successful, hard work is an absolute must. However, no matter how busy and determined you are, it’s essential to take some time to enjoy yourself in order to avoid frustration, burnout and maintain interest levels.
 
Happy and successful people make the time to laugh, relax, and have fun with family and friends.
 
So, whether you enjoy swimming, watching movies or just visiting family and friends, be sure you find ways to do those things more often. You'll be a lot happier, guaranteed.
 

They challenge themselves

 There aren’t many more happy and successful people in the world than Richard Branson.
 
He doesn’t believe in comfort zones and says that “whatever you're doing in life, just push yourself to the limits"
 
If you’re maxing out with you’re effort, there are many positives to take. If it works, you’ve achieved your goal and the job satisfaction.
 
If not, you know you’ve tried your best and you can take away the lessons you’ve learned.
 
Positivity is key to success, even when you fail. Challenge yourself every day, work to the best of your ability. Embrace the challenge.
 

They look after their health

 Sometimes even the thought of a lot of hard work can make you tired. And then when you’re finished working hard, the thought of making the time and the effort to exercise on a regular basis is very difficult.
 
But it’s important to realize that not working out can be bad for both your physical and mental health.
 
Working out keeps your brain fit as well as your body, which means after working out you will have more energy and stamina to do the rest of the work and things you need to do throughout the day.
 
Sleep is very important too. You will not feel like working out or doing anything else if you do not get enough sleep. 7-8 hours is around the normal amount of sleep people should get, a little more depending on age.


At Glandore our members' health and happiness comes first, with nutritious on-site dining choices and wellbeing initiatives. If you would like to find out about us and how we can help your business grow, get in touch with us for a chat, a tour, or attend one of our business briefings.

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