Some definitions of happiness

February 26, 2024

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Natalie is certified by the International Coaching Federation through Collective Change Institute's Professional Coaching and Advanced Coaching Programs. She’s also a coach at Google, where she leads workshops and is on the internal coaching panel for her colleagues. 

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One day you will realize that happiness is not what your house looks like, but how you love the people within its walls.

Happiness is not finding success by a certain time, but finding something you love so much time itself seems to disappear.

Happiness is not thinking you have earned the world’s approval, but waking up each day and feeling so at peace within your own skin, quietly anticipating the day ahead, unconcerned with how you are perceived.

Happiness is not having the best of everything, but the ability to make the best of anything.

Happiness is knowing you are doing what you can with what you were given.

Happiness is not something that comes to you when every problem is solved and all things are perfectly in place, but in the shining silver linings that remind us the light of day is always there, if you slow down enough to notice.

– Brianna Weist

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