Habits to be happy and successful

  1. Be non judgmental.

Don’t judge someone. Everyone has the right to have opposite opinions and perceptions. Once you develop this, only then you can understand the others’ point of views. So stop judging!

  1. Be kind.

If you want to be happy, be kind. That is my philosophy of achieving true happiness. Once you have formed that deep tenderness in your heart, you would realize true sense of joy. So be kind to everyone, even your enemies for that matter.

  1. Be humorous.

Humor is something which is very important to have. Being funny brings smile and laughter to other people. When you bring laughter in other peoples’ lives, you bring laughter in your life. So try and be amusing and in a good way!

  1. Be hardworking.

If you have got something to achieve, an aim, an object, give your best shot! Once you give your 100%, even if you fail, which is very unlikely, you would still be proud of yourself.

  1. Be playful.

Don’t take everything seriously! There is more to life than that! Be like a kid and enjoy life. Do adventures, experience things, live life!

  1. Be creative.

See problems in a different way. You don’t have to take them as problems. Take them as challenges. And there are always different solutions to a problem. So bring that creativity into your life and think differently.

  1. Be humble.

Admit your mistakes and realize that you are just a human being. If you have done something wrong, apologize. Don’t be rude or arrogant.

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My favorite Stephen Hawking-Quote.

Recently I read an article of time.com. The article lists some of Stephen Hawking’s sayings on various topics, including disability, priorities, free will, humor, his IQ, on what he thinks all day and etc. But the one that struck me was his approach on getting stuck on a problem.

This is what he says on hitting roadblocks:

“It’s not good getting furious if you get stuck. What I do is keep thinking about the problem but work on something else. Sometimes it is years before I see the way forward. In the case of information loss and black holes, it was 29 years.”

If you reflect on his saying, which generally talks about what to do when stuck in a situation or a problem, he has given us a beautiful piece of advice. What he has tried to tell us is, that when you are glued to an obstacle and you are constantly trying to get rid of it but you can’t, it is wise to give it a rest. By rest, he means, putting the problem away and getting on with other activities. Eventually with the problem still at the back of your mind, you will come up with a solution. This may take few years or decades even but you will find the answer.

This is exactly what the creativity process says as well. One of the important things to do in order to be more creative is what Stephen Hawking has already said, keeping the problem at the back of your mind and working on something else. I have read many books and articles on how to be creative, the way to creativity and all and generally all those highlight the same thing.

This was my favorite of Stephen Hawking’s quotes. Which one is yours? Below is the link of Mr Hawking’s 12 quotes, please go through it and let me know in the comments, the one that you like and why.

http://time.com/4045560/stephen-hawking-quotes/