Radical Happiness Practice
This is a radical practice in happiness.
The tasks might be painful sometimes since they require you to see things as they are. Only then you can decide how you want to approach them. Only then you can decide if you want to take any action to change the course of events. But first you need to admit that it is your choice and only yours. Unless you give yourself this power - you are not able to move on.
The Radical Happiness Practice is here to help you challenge your own thinking, get to the bottom of why you do things the way you do and think about consequences of doing them differently. It's a journey, might be challenging, but it's yours and will leave you feeling more of a whole person.
Some tasks are there for fun of trying something new - thrown there for a good balance of serious and funny.
This course contains 4 Practice Tests, each has 7 tasks. Each Practice Test allows you to spend the whole week (41000 minutes, one task = one day) to compete it.
Each task has two answers - chose one for yourself. The answers are suggestions themselves of what might happen if you take this route. To consider the Practice Test completed - you need to chose 70% of answers confirming you have done the task as requested.
Come along and radically increase your happiness and control of your life.
Who this course is for:
- If you feel you generally have it all and yet something is still missing - the Radical Happiness Practice is for you.
Greetings! I have many years of experience as a radically happy individual. Now want to share what has been inspiring me on the personal transformation journey.
I have started looking for some answers already as a teenager. The first questions I remember were: if you were born in a small town in Eastern Europe into a normal, average family - can you achieve great things? Who are these successful people out there - celebrities, presidents, Noble prize winners...are they born this way?
When I realised I would not really want such kind of attention these attract, my focus changed towards a question: is it possible to be a happy person? Since I did not find any reason why not to be, I wanted to know how to become one. I knew there are many books on self development - I initially thought of them as a tool for their authors to make money only - but then I reached out for a few - just out of curiosity - and slowly got on a journey of asking myself questions on the reasons why I do things I do, why I do them the way I do and is this the way that makes me and my surrounding happy...
It took years, the journey goes on but at this point I am a very happy, balanced person who feels the need to help you shake up your world a bit - if you allow me and yourself.
Enjoy the Radical Happiness Practice!