3 Hard Things You Need To Do To Be Happy.

Happy Living.

Happy Living

3 Hard Things You Need To Do To Be Happy.

EVERY SINGLE DAY your mind and body both need to be exercised to gain strength.

They need to be challenged, and they need to be worked consistently, to grow and develop over time.

If you haven’t pushed yourself in lots of little ways over time – if you always avoid doing the hard things – of course you’ll crumble on the inevitable days that are harder than you expected.

Yes, you have to do hard things to be happy in life.

The things most people are avoiding.

The things that frighten you and make you uncomfortable.

The things others can’t do for you.

The things that make you question how much longer you can hold on and push forward.

Because those are the things that ultimately define you.

Those are the things that make the difference between existing and living – between knowing the path and walking the path – between a life of mediocrity and a life filled with progress and fulfillment.

Of course, as I’ve alluded to, the hard things are often the easiest things to avoid.

To distract yourself.

To procrastinate.

To make excuses.

To pretend like they somehow don’t apply to you and your life situation.

But reality always rears its head in the end.

And the truth about how ordinary people achieve immense happiness and incredible feats of success is that they step out of their comfort zones and do the hard things that their more privileged, talented and qualified peers don’t have the courage, drive or determination to do.

So for your own sake,
start doing the hard things


I guarantee, you will be blown away at just how remarkable you really are and just how amazing your life can be, both personally and professionally.

Here are three crucial ideas to get you started:

1. You need to invest in yourself even when no one else is.

– Truth be told, there are only a few people in this world who will stay 100% true to you, and YOU should be one of them.

Prioritize your own needs into your daily to-do’s.

Invest in your education, health and happiness every single day.

Create a life that feels good on the inside, not one that just looks good on the outside to everyone else.

2. You need to deliver results, even when making excuses is easier.

– NO shortcuts.

NO quick fixes.

NO blaming others.

NO “I’ll do it tomorrows.”


Just get started.

Quit talking and begin doing!

Laziness may appear attractive,

but work leads to happiness.

3. You need to refrain from feeling sorry for yourself.

– To those who are struggling,
I understand how rough things are right now.

I just want to let you know that things will get better, I promise.

Keep pushing forward. I know you feel like nobody really cares, but you’re wrong.

People care.

I care, otherwise I wouldn’t be writing this.

You’re not alone.

We may be miles apart, but we’re all going through similar challenges.

Realize that self-pity is not helpful.

Life is not about feeling sorry for yourself.

It’s about forgiveness, acceptance and looking forward to what makes you stronger and better off in the long run.

And of course, if you’re struggling with any of this, know that you are not alone.
Many of us are right there with you, working hard to feel better, think more clearly, and get our lives back on PurposeTrack .