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It's All IN Your Head

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Voice Over • Elearning


Instructive learning

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Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


North American


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are there times you feel you're missing the one or two crucial ingredients you need to be happy. Maybe it's a new, better paying job with a boss who treats you with more respect or one that gives you more of a chance to make a difference. It could be your searching for the right person to marry or are struggling to drop those extra £20. You feel they're holding you back. I'm going to let you in on a secret. You've already got everything you need to be happy. You don't need to land a new job or change your career. You don't need to find a mate or lose weight. You don't need to buy a car or move to the country. Being happy requires no change in your personal or or financial life. You can find happiness without going to the gym, church or the bank. You don't need anyone else's help to feel fulfilled. There's no need to talk to a plastic surgeon, stockbroker or career counselor to feel better about yourself and your life. Right now, you have within you all you need to find fulfillment and lead a happy, satisfying life. It doesn't matter how old you are or how much you earn. It doesn't matter if you're married or single, *** or straight. It doesn't matter where you live or how you look. It doesn't matter if you just finished a marathon or you have been diagnosed with cancer. Happiness is within your grasp. That's because the secrets to happiness all are in your head. Usually, the phrase it's all in your head is intended as a condescending comment that whatever it is you're feeling isn't riel, that it's a figment of your imagination. But I mean it literally. The keys to a fulfilled, joyous life all are in your head because their attitudes, not actions their ways. You need to think not steps you need to take. True happiness comes not from material or external factors, but from psychological or internal factors. Happiness is a mental, not a physical state. The good news is this means each and every one of us has the potential to be happy. The bad news is, your happiness is your own responsibility. You're the only one who can make yourself happy. No one and nothing else can do it for you, not even I or this book