1. They don’t care for amassing material possessions.
Sure, owning luxury cars, mansions and a load of cash in the bank is nice. But, these things don’t guarantee happiness and success. Truly happy people are more interested in using their resources to add value in people’s lives and living a decent, modest life. If the money keeps coming, they are happy. If they money doesn’t come, they are still happy and content.
2. They don’t care for getting anything in return.
Everybody enjoys an unexpected complement or reward. However, while others crave praise and rewards, truly happy people serve and help others without expecting anything in return. For truly happy people, the reward is knowing that they have added value and enriched the life of someone.
3. They don’t care for conforming to society’s expectations.
People are constantly under pressure to meet society’s expectations, which is often stressful and overwhelming…
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