Nine Simple Principles for a Happier Life

Ron Helman
Nine Simple Principles for a Happier Life

By Ron Helman

Take care of yourself first:
Instead of focusing on others and trying to control or change other people, pay attention to yourself first. This is a distraction or avoidance mechanism to avoid working on what is necessary in order to create a real shift.
Stay present to what is in the NOW:
So much of our anxiety lives in the future.
Let go of the outcome and find joy NOW:
We can only do our very best so stop worrying about the future. You really have no idea what’s next.
Change your mind:
If your mind defaults to fearful thinking, get out the ‘remote control’ and tune into what you are grateful for and what IS working.
Choose to respond rather than react:
Take a moment and collect yourself. Find a response that will create clarity and connection.
Cultivate new behaviors:
Let go of what others think and listen to your own inner voice.
Find a lesson in every situation:
There is always a take away.
Let go of your judgments:
How we view others is a reflection of how we see ourselves.
Quiet your mind:
Simply sit still, eyes closed and listen to your breath go in and out like the waves of the ocean. You will regain a sense of self and that you are safe.


About Ron Helman

Ron Helman is a professional life coach who helps solo-entrepreneurs, and small business owners improve their performance and enhance the quality of their personal and professional lives.

On Saturday, Jan. 12, he will present a life-changing interactive workshop “The Power of NO/W” from 10 a.m. to noon at Fuller Lodge.

During this free workshop the audience will learn how to accomplishmore with less effort and have much more space for joy and fulfillment in their lives.

Participants will experience life coaching, and have the opportunity to join a mastermind group. Mastermind group members will receive two months of coaching and support one another as they achieve their major 2013 goals.

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