Our happiness is our success.

Monique McIntyre, Founder of TheREvolutionOfBliss.com

Success. Happiness.

Two things we get crazy about.


Something we get really crazy about.

We are driven by our ideas about success, happiness and money. Driven to succeed. Driven to have money. Driven to be happy. Often, at all costs.

We have conflicting definitions of success. We know, in our hearts, that success is not what we have, but who we are, and yet we are constantly defining ourselves and our success by what we have in material possessions, or a career, or a job, or in trinkets, or in educational degrees, or in IQ points, or in friends, or in popularity on our social media accounts. No matter what our hearts say, we find ourselves “rolling with” what society deems as success.

Just think about it…

Think of who in your personal circle is the person you consider to be most successful. Who are they?

This person should be the person you immediately think of as successful, the one your brain makes the most immediate connection to; not someone you have to work at equating them with success.

Now, think about how successful this person is. Think about all of the things you can see make up their success. What are those? If you really want to see your relationship to success clearly, write these things down.

Consider that many of the things they have are many of the reasons you relate to them as successful. Yes, there may be attributes of their character that you believe make them successful. However, I challenge you to look for someone in your personal circle that has equal to those attributes but not the same outer trappings and see if you believe them to be as successful, or even inhabiting the same realm.

If we are to find true happiness for ourselves, we must truly redefine success for ourselves. If we cease being driven by our ideas of success, then success can truly be our contentment with life as it is. Acceptance is key.

And when we’re no longer driven by our “should’s” and “must do’s,” then we can be happy with just being – with no help from anything outside us.

What would it be to be truly content, feeling truly successful for just being you? There would be nothing to do… and everything to express.

by Monique McIntyre, Founder of TheREvolutionOfBliss.com.

Copyright © 2017 The REvolution Of Bliss.com – All rights reserved


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