Many people grow up being afraid of making changes in their life because they’re afraid they won’t be happy once things change.
But when they develop the skill of being happy regardless of their circumstances, they feel the confidence and freedom to experiment with their life and discover what else is possible without any fear to stop them or slow them down.
They realize circumstances are not where happiness comes from, so making changes becomes a fun, playful, exciting process of discovery because they know they can be happy no matter how things turn out.
AND – more often than not – their circumstances continue to improve because they continue to experiment.
The happiest people are the people who learn to separate their happiness from their circumstances.