In my last post, I wrote about the “5 Keys to Happiness”. As a follow-up, I’d like to touch on one way to “connect” to that happiness, by better connecting to the people in your life.
I’m going to call these people “connectors” as they can connect you with the things you need most in life–whether it’s the right job, the right place to live or even the right life partner. And the good news is your “connectors” aren’t hard to find. They’re the friends, family members, neighbors and co-workers who you associate with on a regular basis.
The fact is we often tend to overlook the fact that much of what we need in life is put right in front of us. It’s our job to open our eyes to what is possible, and often this means looking to the people we know and associate with, past and present, who might offer us valuable input or advice. They are often our best resource for job leads, an apartment or house recommendation and even a blind date.
Consider any input you receive in unison with the valuable tool within you–your personal intuition–and you’ll find the path to happiness is not as difficult to reach as you might think. The answers are out there, provided to us, just waiting to be uncovered.