Happiness- How Do You Measure Yours




It’s been an interesting week and we will be talking about happiness in this blog. It was really sad that Ken Dodd died – we will miss his laughter and tickling stick. and his songs – the most famous one starts:

“Happiness, happiness, the greatest gift that I possess “

And its International Happiness day today! In order to increase our feelings of being happy, I think that we need to be able to measure it in some way and then make the changes to increase our scores. What do you think? Have a look at the video below where I give you some tips to increase happiness and leave me some comments please.


So, what I would suggest is finding a book or a journal and start to measure your happiness scores each day. You can choose a time to do this – I think I’ll do it at the end of the day. Sometimes I bounce out of bed feeling happy in the morning and then my energy levels decrease through the day.

The things that have the potential to increase your  feelings of being happy are:

  • Positive thoughts
  • Positive behaviours
  • Positive actions

And you have a choice in your thoughts and your behaviours, don’t you?

Behaviours can include:

  • Kindness
  • Gratititude
  • Exercise
  • Mindfulness

And if you feel you don’t have choices or can’t change your behaviours, get in touch with me.

Using NLP and learning how to change your negative thoughts and behaviours will greatly increase your happiness and we only have one life – I want to help you to live it to the full.

Until next week, be happy and  keep in touch!

Dr Bridget

P.S I have an NLP Practitioner group from April 20-27th if anyone would like to increase their happiness and be able to do learn the skills to do that with others. Click here for more details

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