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How to spend less time daydreaming about the future (and make more time for happiness NOW.)

by Ashley on December 13, 2013 · 2 comments

Do you ever think to yourself, “I’ll be happy when I pay off my credit cards,” or “I’ll be happy when I have a job I actually love,” or “I’ll be happy when I get my business off the ground”?

If so, you may be suffering from what I call the I’ll Be Happy When… Myth.

It’s super common, but it’s also super destructive. When we start believing this myth, we instantly lose happiness, confidence, and any sense of fulfillment we may have had. We feel insecure, depressed, and lonely.

Who wants that? Not me!

So, how do you overcome this nasty myth?

Watch this video to find out my easy 3 step process to spend less time daydreaming about the future (and make more time for happiness NOW):

 

If you want to stopping wasting time believing in this ridiculous myth and finally start crushing your goal, Dream Quest might be perfect for you. You can check it out here.

Don’t forget to leave a comment below letting me know what your myth is and you’re going to start doing to feel happy today!

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Kat December 15, 2013 at 1:32 am

I have SO. MANY. of these “I’ll Be Happy When…” daydreams. I’ll be happy when I finally get the stepping-stone library job, when I pay off all my debts, when I finish my degree, when I’m at my perfect weight. It feels so hard to be happy in the present when there are so many things I want to accomplish that feel out of my grasp.

But I think this trick sounds like a good one, and I’m about to work on step three–if only to remind myself that I can do small things now that will make me feel proud, in control, and productive.

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Victoria December 26, 2013 at 12:32 pm

I love this video… I will be happy when I have more confidence and have less anxiety. :)

http://adventuresofvictoriafolksy.blogspot.com

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