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How to Be Happy and Resilient

Dr. Shaurice Mullins  |  Shaurice Mullins International  |  KNOW Charlotte

Audrey Hepburn once said, “The most important thing is to enjoy your life-to be happy. It’s all that matters.” 

There is great truth in these words. Happiness is what makes life so meaningful and enjoyable. A fulfilled life is a wonderful blessing. 

Anyone can find happiness. It is within all of us and with effort, you can experience happiness in such a powerful way. Continue reading to learn more about tips on how to be happy. 

Serve Others and Give 

We are all born with unique gifts and talents that we can share with others in our community. Giving and using our gifts to serve others brings ultimate satisfaction, happiness, and resilience. 

There is something special about having the opportunity to make our loved ones, neighbors, or even strangers smile. When we put good into the world, it comes back to us tenfold. 

Serving others not only can bring personal happiness but can help make the world a better place. There are many ways to serve and gift, find an avenue that you love and are passionate about. 

Embrace Your Passions 

One of the greatest ways to seek and find happiness is to embrace and pursue your passions. Whether your passion is playing a sport, listening to music, performing, writing, building, collecting, or gardening, enjoy your passion and spend quality time doing it. 

Passions excite, inspire, and become a part of who we are. They keep us entertained, while often teaching us something about the world we live in. Passions can additionally teach us more about valuable life principles such as hard work, perseverance, honesty, and determination. 

Emphasize Your Mental and Physical Health 

Emphasizing your mental and physical well-being is imperative to finding happiness. Critically, it is important to have a positive mindset and love yourself for who you are. This is one of the key foundations of happiness. 

As cliché as it is to say, there is only one you. Be the best version of yourself, not for others, but for you. Know your self worth. 

You have the power to change your perspective and outlook on life’s challenges. Is there a personality quirk you do not care for? With practice, you can change and become who you want to be! 

Mental health is crucial, however, your physical health is also essential. Regularly work out, stretch, and eat well to feel the best you can. This will not only help increase your happiness but also your resilience. 

Get Ready to Be Inspired With Shaurice Mullins

Dr. Shaurice Mullins is a professional motivational speaker, teacher, and life coach who inspires women and men of all ages to grow mentally, physically, and spiritually. 

Shaurice’s new exclusive community was designed to help individuals who are ready to become the best versions of themselves and reclaim their sovereignty. With years of experience, Shaurice is dedicated to helping people find ultimate happiness, resilience, and satisfaction in their lives. 

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More About Shaurice

Dr. Shaurice Mullins is a serial entrepreneur who went from welfare to millionaire. She resides in Charlotte North Carolina and is the mother of five children and four grandchildren, but she is also the CEO of three successful businesses, a best-selling author, a transformational life coach, a change integrator, a-board certified holistic health provider, a manifestation coach, a philanthropist, an honored listee in Marquis Who’s Who, and recipient of the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award. For over 25 years, she has held space for others to empower them on their path. These days, she is still on her holistic path, helping others connect with their intuition and true selves to find inner peace, self-love, and happiness. She is someone who’s been through countless failures and hardships and is an open book about her experiences. When she is not coaching or giving policy advice, you’ll find her enjoying good music or reading a good book.