Embracing Happy

Embracing Happy : How Most Advice Is Moving You 
further Away from Happiness and What 
you Can Do to Embrace It Today.

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How many times have you heard that you just need to choose happiness in order to be happy? Well, that sounds great in theory but the reality is, there is a lot more to being happy than simply making the choice. In Embracing Happy, Kimberly Yuhl encourages you to stop choosing happiness. She introduces the -ER Principle which is the idea that you don't want to be happy; you just want to be happier. You don't want to be wealthy or healthy either; you just want to be wealthier or healthier. Being happy, wealthy and healthy are big goals and big goals are hard to achieve. It causes frustration, feelings of failure, and instead of achieving your big goals, they remain elusive. The reason you don't reach your goals is because of the big goals themselves. That's not to say you shouldn't have big goals, you absolutely should. But instead of focusing on those big goals, you should focus on what needs to happen today. Progress happens when you change your big goals from a destination into a journey. It's pretty common knowledge each journey begins by taking the first step and knowing that, wouldn't you want your first step to being focused on doing something that will make you happier right now? It isn't just about happiness either. This principle applies to every aspect of your life. You might want to become an accomplished artist, writer or leader. Those are great destinations, but what if you did something right now that made you a better artist, writer or leader? Surely, you would consider that a success. Kim also introduces a process called Habit Mapping. It is the process she used to transform her life from "surface" happy to "soulful" happy in less two years. Habits are a big topic in today's self-help world, but there is a big problem with using just habits to make big changes in your life. You can implement a habit but if the foundation of your life isn't solid, no amount of habits will make your life happier. The hardest part about creating life change is knowing where to start. It is common practice for people seeking change to take the habits that work for other people and hope they will work for them too. There are two pieces of the puzzle missing though; 1. Is the action the right one? and 2. How does the action make you feel? Habit Mapping is a process designed to help you make the right change at the right time. It's important to know that no two happy lives look the same. The goal of Habit Mapping is to allow you to chart your path and stop yearning for someone else's happy while embracing your own.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 130 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 8mm | 204g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508686556
  • 9781508686552

About Kimberly Yuhl

Kim Yuhl writes about living a happier life. After more than 15 years as a small business owner and several years consulting with small businesses, she found her true calling after learning many lessons from personal loss and tragedy. Now, Kim helps others understand happiness and create their happier life starting with small actions for targeted change. Whether it's actions to increase the bottom line at work or increase enjoyment in life, creating a dream life is a lot closer than most people think. Through her programs Explore Happier Ideas and the Embracing Happy Master Class, Kim helps people in search of their "it" and "something more." Kim now lives by her Happiness Manifesto: "I believe I owe it to myself to do more of the things that I love, do less of the things I don't and pay attention to the things that make me feel good." Born in San Pedro, California, Kim now lives in the Northern Arizona town of Flagstaff. She can be found writing about her life and the lessons she learned, volunteering her time at her children's school, having coffee with friends, and enjoying small-town living."show more