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The definition of happiness is very confusing. The concept of happiness differs from person to person. If you are satisfied with your life then you are a happy person. A satisfied person is a happy person. If you are not satisfied with your life then you will remain an unhappy person. I am giving below some tips that make a person happy and satisfied.

1. Satisfaction at job

The mind is a powerful tool. Most people do not realize just how important our minds are. The mind is involved in creating and destroying things. The mind also has the ability to attract positive and negative thoughts. Our minds are the reason behind innovations and inventions and it is only up to us whether we’d like to explore its full potential or not. However, if you know the secrets to unleashing your super mind power, you will achieve so much more than what you can only imagine in your lifetime.

Here are the steps:

Successful companies have groups of employees who work well together and care about the future. Sometimes creating this atmosphere takes effort. Team building events are a great way to create a sense of teamwork among employees. Corporate events that celebrate accomplishments make everyone feel great about their work, but there are other things that can create a sense of team spirit and leave everyone feel refreshed and invigorated about their work.

Experts believe that in order for you to harness your mind’s full power to focus on positive thoughts and affirmations, you need to have mental awareness. Without mental awareness, your thoughts will be scattered and cluttered, thereby decreasing their ability to create positive ripples in your life.

In business, like in life, presentation is important. Your customers' perception of your sales staff, your back-office staff, and your brand help to mould how they perceive your business and their likelihood of doing business with you. Here are ten tips that you can follow which will entice your customers to sign on the dotted line.

Why is it that most seniors return to work after their retirement, and take on retirement jobs when they should be easing up and enjoying their social benefits? The reasons are myriad, and among these (not necessarily in order of preference) are money, boredom, feelings of uncertainty, the need to help children, the need to regain sense of self, and last but not the least, to gain happiness and peace in their lives.

If you are over the age of 50 and are actively seeking a new job you may have noticed that it is harder than you ever remember finding a job. You may have heard terms such as you are overqualified and the like but what it all boils down to is that many 30 something year olds don’t want to hire someone who reminds them of their parents.

Working closely with a career planner can be a great starting point for anyone over the age of 50 considering a job change or re-entry into the workforce following an early retirement. So many people of this particular generation are choosing or finding it necessary to work much longer than ever before.

If someone was just entering the workforce or maybe they are already established in the workforce, how could one move in their career? Build a solid resume or portfolio is a wise start.

Maybe it's been a few years, or more, since the resume has been updated. Well then, it's time to update it with any advancements made in the career. Build upon each advancement, and make sure that the responsibilities are clearly explained.

Anger has it’s benefits, it gives us a source of energy, of release and in some cases even acknowledgement and attention. However anger is a great mask, especially in children. It is a process they use for communicating that which they cannot verbally say, perhaps because they have not yet acquired the language or communication skills to be able to do so, perhaps because although they have the skills to articulate what they need to say, a kind of emotional or mental blockage prevents them from doing it.