Most people would express being sort of happy, or at least content.
Though, even when people are content, they probably want to find greater happiness.
The problem is, most people don’t know what to do to start leading a happier life.
You may have heard numerous perspectives on finding happiness, such as “you just have to choose to be happy,” or “happiness comes from within.”
There is some truth to these notions, but there is more to the process than just a change in attitude.
Research has shown that people have a happiness set-point which influences their happiness at about a 50% ratio. We have a baseline level where our happiness fluctuates around.
Even with this in mind, there are another 50% of factors that we can focus on to increase happiness. This includes (40%) intentional activities and (10%) life circumstances.
Seeking to be happier and have a more fulfilling life is a matter of doing more of what you love to do, having nourishing relationships, as well as finding meaning and purpose in life.
In other words, by following the four “P’s.”