Who better to advise us on happiness than a credit card consultant! Peter Jones, a credit card consultant, advising people on money, used his problem solving skills, which have made many rich richer, to List 6 Tips for Happiness.
Peter Jones 6 Tips for Happiness (courtesy His new Book, How to Do Everything and Be Happy: Your step-by-step, straight-talking guide to creating happiness in your life :
1) Learn to manage your time more wisely.
2) Make a list that you would like to do right now and should start making them happen.
3) Start collecting things including theatre tickets, raffle tickets, train tickets, plane tickets, postcards, greeting cards, thank you cards, business cards, labels, badges and pin them to a board. However, not all mementoes
4) Decide what is important in life.
5) Use your power of focus to concentrate on what’s important.
6) Keep reminding yourself as to what are the important things in their life. Jot down those in a small piece of paper, and keep it in your wallet.
Although all 6 tips are quite correct. But one tip which stands apart is the tip number 5. The said tip tells us to concentrate on “What’s important”. And focussing on most important things in Life is well, important. Particularly when we have countless distractions in the form of ambitions, enjoyments and aspirations. Remember, Time is like money; once spent, it can’t be spent twice.
Want to get enlightened, read Peter Jones new Book, released this June 04.
About the Book:
Do you ever feel that you could be – well – just that little bit happier? This simple book reveals how you can be happy every day, through these surprisingly easy tips and advice.
Whoever you are, whatever you do, and whatever is holding you back, you can do it AND be happy.
How To Do Everything and Be Happy is a book for ordinary people, with ordinary lives. People who have been ambling along and wondering if things would be better if they were just a little different. It’s a book for most people. It’s a book for you.
Peter Jones was once a normal guy. Sometimes frustrated, often dissatisfied, but always working hard towards a ‘happily every after’ he would share with his wife Kate.
But when Kate died in Peter’s arms after just 2 years and 3 months of marriage, he realised his days had been spent working towards a fantasy, instead of making every hour count. Alone, at rock bottom, Peter discovered that the secret to happiness is simple: it’s about filling your time with the things that make you happy.
If you’ve got a brain in your head, if you can pick up a pen, if you’ve got half an idea about what makes you smile, this book will show you how to do that.
Peter’s ideas are born from hard-won experience. Like Boxing Day: originally a day Peter and Kate spent together, without plans or restrictions, as an antidote to the chaos of Christmas. When Kate passed away, Peter continued the tradition by himself, doing whatever came to mind: it turned out to be the most refreshing, relaxing and fulfilling few hours he’d ever had. And its effects could be felt throughout the month.
Practical, amusing and mumbo-jumbo-free, How To Do Everything And Be Happy does exactly what it says on the tin.