4 Interesting Pillars Of Happiness (It's not what you think).
Today we are going to talk about a very interesting perspective of happiness based on 4 levels. This is something you have probably never thought about but that makes a lot of sense.
Applying what's in the episode will do wonders for your happiness and help you reduce your stress level.
I wanted to talk to you about something really cool. It's actually very cool.
I have my own method for doing stuff and I just read about someone else's approach. Something else that's very dear to me and should be dear to everybody in here. I think than money or anything. That's “what you want to achieve”. And I just found it really fascinating. I never actually thought about it this way.
The dude was saying that there are four different levels of activities which he will function.
So the first type of activity is something, you just suck at. It's not natural for you. It’s something that you don't want to do. And if you do it, it's going to be a disaster. You're bad at it. Right. So me, for example, It’s accounting and admin. But it's just the approach, how it's divided that I think was really interesting.
So the tasks are difficult for you. Tasks that you absolutely hate doing. And you find excuses not to do them. So that's the first kind of task that you have. Then there is the task where you are decent at it, right? You're kind of decent at it, but you just don't like it. So you don't have the motivation. You don't like doing that stuff. Okay. So you recognize that you do have average skills, but it's not for you. All right.
So the 3rd one is you're actually pretty good at this stuff. You're good at it, but you don't like it. It's not that you don't like it. It's something that if you had the choice, then you would do something else. I see a lot of cases, for example, for selling stuff. People are actually pretty good at selling. If they have to sell something, they're pretty good. But, you know, just naturally they're not there.
4 Interesting Pillars Of Happiness
And then afterwards, you have the task that you are really good at and you absolutely love doing them. So this is the sweet spot, right? You absolutely love that stuff. You start working on it at 10 a.m. and then next thing you know, dude, it's like 8:00 p.m. and you haven't seen the time fly by.
So what you're passionate about, you're really good at it. You've been training forever. And, you know, if there was one thing you could do during the day, then it’ll be that kind of thing. This is your “Sweet Spot”
So it's very important to understand these different levels, because, you know, here's the thing. At the end of the day I told you that there was something that is more precious than money and stuff, and it's your of peace of mind. You're in your time.
Okay, so the suggestion was that anything that's not in the sweet spot, you need to find a way to automate it or to give it to someone else. Me, I have my own personal and proprietary method that I've used to get rid of pretty much everything. My main business is running.
I actually don't need to do anything anymore, right? I am obviously working on, like and making it better and stuff like that. I mean, I'm having some developers working on more reporting and I'm having more servers and trying to upgrade them and stuff. But to be honest, the business runs without me. I can leave for six months and it runs without me.
So if you can automate or pass on all the stuff that you’re not into but is crucial for your business to run, then you can concentrate on the sweet spot and be much happier about things.
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