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What is happiness? Is it money in the bank? A new car or a fancy house? Is it being able to dine out at 5-star restaurants every night or is it the simplicity of a home-cooked meal with family or friends? Each of us defines happiness differently. But do we truly understand what it means to be happy?
7 ways to be happy every day explores what happiness is and why we all deserve to be happy. Each chapter is broken down in a pattern formulating not only the why and how of happiness but how to maintain such an attitude while spreading your joy to others.
Mental attitude has much to do with our unique state of happiness. Mind, spirit, and body form the triangle of our existence. Balance all three successfully and you will find the peace and tranquillity happiness provides.
7 ways to be happy every day is so much more than a book. It is the foundations for a strong conviction. The world may seem grim at times, but that does not mean we should lack happiness in our lives. It starts with a thought, learning how to be optimistic and grateful for what we have. Once you come to terms with happiness, your life will never be the same again.
Deepak Borole was born and raised in Maharashtrian middle-class family in India. Deepak Borole has always had a sense of curiosity and a strong desire to learn. His first job was guest relations executive on a cruise ship after he earned an aviation diploma at the young age of 19. His true passion, however, called him away to university, where he began studying animation and a degree in psychology.
After a bout with a serious health scare, Deepak tried many different works but did not feel satisfied. Deepak Borole decided his talents could be put to better use by following his dreams and provide value while keeping health in check. He has always been interested in self-development and psychology and used his new life to start a growing, informative blog.
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