Happiness Depends on L.U.C.K.

Happiness Depends on L.U.C.K.

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If you want to be happy, you better hope you have a lot of L.U.C.K. It’s what you need to be happy and fulfilled.

Don’t Let Your Happiness Go Up in P.U.F.F.S. of Smoke
Some people don’t understand what happiness is all about. They think it’s about Power, Underwear, Fame, Fortune, and Stuff. Okay, most people, don’t think about underwear as important to happiness, but let me ask you this: how happy do you think you would be without it? More importantly, it helped me to spell out “PUFFS”.

In all seriousness, power, fame, fortune, and stuff provide a certain level of dopamine response in the brain, but it doesn’t last. The response is only as good as the most recent purchase or adulation. There is no depth or lasting value to any of it. These things of themselves cannot provide lasting happiness.

Try Some L.U.C.K. Instead
Instead why not try some L.U.C.K. Simply put, Love, Understanding, Compassion, and Kindness will take you far. Not only will it make you feel good now, the memories will help you feel good for a long time to come. The good feeling you get for helping out someone who needed help won’t disappear when the act is over. It will stay with you.

And you will be surprised at how much L.U.C.K. will actually make you lucky. People will respond to you more positively. Opportunities will present themselves. And you will find so much to be thankful for, even if nothing has really changed. What’s more, L.U.C.K. works with or without underwear… only with one, you just may end up with L.U.U.C.K.

Why not go out and spread some L.U.C.K. today. You may find that happiness is a lot closer than you think.

About the author / David Bishop

David is a father, speaker, blogger (obviously), and author of How to Create Amazing Presentations sharing the tools, tips, and techniques of the experts to make you an amazing presenter, 7 Steps to Better Relationships built on the stories and lessons on this blog with seven easy steps to help you maximize your interactions with the people you care about most, and The Man in the Pit to help you care for loved ones struggling with depression.

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