7 True Characteristic of Happy People

July 9, 2020

Everyone wants to be happy, but its hard to find the happiness as most of us are running behind money, social status and many more. It’s not really about no about the wealth or status you have instead it is about how you react and behave after having it with the people living with you.

Each one of us has gone through hard and unfavorable patches from time to time. The main question is have you ever asked yourself that after becoming rich will you be happy. If you ask this question to anyone he/she will answer in a philosophical way.

When you analyze every person view, it is much probability that you can easily become a judgment for other. But taking about your self it can be less likely to respond ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to the question instantly. When I was surveying this article, I found almost all of the people around me such as my friends and family comes in a category of happy people.  Well, this gave the birth of the question “Why as well as what are the characteristics that make them so happy?”

Here are 7 happy people characteristics which every individual should have, which further give you a chance to discover happiness and fulfillment in your own life and figure out how to consolidate them.

1. Feelings 

A happy person can encounter various types of feelings. He or she is real and doesn’t wear a cover. They don’t dependably appear to be energetic or are never at any point done. Likewise, they don’t extend their mindsets and their sentiments on to others or accuse other individuals in the event that they’re having a sad day.

2. Appreciation

The Joyful can value the excellence of others and is upbeat for them when victories come in their direction. They are somebody who’s safe in their own character – and doesn’t have to criticize, or wish others to fall.

3. Ego Management

The person who is happy can quickly release anger and doesn’t think about things on to themselves. If we successfully control our ego then our work-life will be balanced and which further brings confidence to deal with such situations.

4. Supportive Nature

If in case the other is suffering the happy person will provide the support and motivation to help them get out of this situation. That person will be friendly to all and definitely see an individual as equal.

5. Self Competition 

They don’t really compete with other because they know that rivalry brings the enemy. This exercise also helps them to raise the standard by competing against themselves.

6. Pessimism 

They let go of their mistakes and never feel terrible about whatever misshape happened in their past life. They work on to remove their weakness by strengthening their strengths.

7. Living in present  

They always acknowledge the little things and can take a possible advantage now. They know that further matters, but the most important is what we are doing in the present today.

“Losers compare their achievements with those of other people while winners compare their achievements with their goals  ” – Nido Qubein

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