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We all have formed our own definitions of happiness right from childhood. A lot of these perceptions are because of conditioned development i.e. they are a part of our habits due to repetitive inculcation by parents, teachers and the society in general. That is why, none of us has actually pondered about what exactly makes us feel happy! This feeling has been left to our sub-conscience and we simply feel the happiness according to the situation we are in.

A lot of small things can give happiness to us. For instance, just the thought of shopping or spending money tends to excite us and makes us feel happy. Opportunities and new ideas also have a similar effect on us. This excited state makes us imagine things related
to these incidents. For example: the perspective of going on vacation while getting an office bonus would not only make us excited, but also make us plan and imagine the holiday. In fact, we would feel the bliss without actually being on the vacation itself! However, when being on the actual vacation, the excitement tends to settle down as one begins to feel contented.

Same is the case with objects. We are quite crazy to purchase the latest cell phone, laptop, I-pod or the new car. But once we own that stuff, the excitement settles down and the appeal doesn't stay the same. The cycle of excitement begins again when another new
product is launched.

Let's pause for a second here and seriously think about our domain of happiness. Is it pertained to acquiring latest objects only? Does it end at wishes being fulfilled? Is our domain of happiness limited to spending good time with family or friends only? We are so involved in this cycle of wishes that we actually forget to see what real happiness is and how it can be achieved.

The domain or definition of happiness varies for every individual as they have their own individual needs. For some people, achieving a good career path provides happiness. For some, it is their fulfillment of goals and objectives where as bringing happiness on the face of the deprived can give some people happiness.

However, everybody doesn't have it easy in this world. Our income, education, family, environment, society and friends all affect our domain of happiness. We might not always have the desired income needed to fulfill the wishes or may be the career isn't going as smooth as we had planned. So what does it do to us? Does it burst our balloon of hope and excitement or does it renew our hopes, makes us clear our visions and set ahead for the future with new motivation? How do you react when things don't turn out as you
had planned? Most importantly, is your reaction appropriate or do you need to change your attitude and perception?

This ebook is all about "you" and how you can change dimensions in order to look ahead to a better future. The upcoming chapters are a complete guide so that you can set yourself in a new direction. After all, success is all about having the right paradigm shift!

This ebook discusses these additional topics:

Self Improvement through motivation
Goal setting
The distinction between Goals and Values
20 qualities for a successful life
Stress Management
Time Management
Challenging yourself to be motivated
Self Improvement and Motivation For Success
Ways to Maximize your Potential
Overcome Obstacles Created by Your Self-Limiting Beliefs
Aspects of human behavior to succeed
Why motivation is important for a successful life
Role of Education in successful life
Social roles for a successful life
Maintaining work life balance
What make a person Unsuccessful?
Dealing with Life Challenges
Criteria for idealizing successful people in the world
Factors behind importance of motivation in successful life

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