Most friends and colleagues around me are not happy – they think they are either under-achievers, or they think they deserve more because they “achieve” lots of thing every single day already.
I reckon it really depends on your definition of achievements. For example, right after a heart operation, the achievements to any patient are actually :
- you can drink again
- eat your first bowl of porridge
- have your first full meal
- get out of the bed & walk around
- go to the loo by yourself
- etc etc …
You see, something a healthy person achieves every day, is a BIG achievement to a patient.
Wannabe a happier person ? Redefine your achievement …