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But unfortunately the world doesn't teach us how to be.


And as many people are finding out: you certainly can't buy happiness; relationships don't necessarily bring happiness; and in the workplace the concept of happiness can often seem elusive. So much of your life can be spent in a state of unhappiness!


To become a consistently happy person you've got to awaken your consciousness. You need to become aware of the significant power of the thoughts you think and their connection to creating your emotions and your perception of reality. The information presented on this website and taught in my coaching isn't taught in schools; it certainly isn't on TV; a great many medical and health professionals don't know about it; and you won't read much about it in the negatively focused press.


So how do you get happy? And stay happy? This website and coaching - created by 'Professional Happiness Coach' Stephen Surridge - is designed to help you achieve just that.

The world has been duped into believing that positive thinking is the answer. Yet anyone who tries it can still find themselves feeling bad and feel their life is going nowhere.

The solution is positive feeling. Only when you begin to manage your mind and your emotions - so that you feel calm, smooth, energised and happy in the moment - can you begin to move confidently through life with the genuine confidence and motivation to achieve effortless and joyous success.




Your individual level of happiness is decided by the amount of positive energy you are allowing to flow through you on a moment by moment basis. And this is decided by the choice of thoughts you think. The more loving and appreciative the thoughts you chronically think, the better you will feel.

It's as simple as that! 





The benefits of knowing how to be happy - and most importantly how to stay happy - are enormous. They include:


* Greater enjoyment of life on a moment by moment basis

* Improved attitude towards the self and the world - guaranteeing greater success in life

* Improved relationships and friendships

* Increased productivity and motivation - helping you achieve your aims and ambitions

* Increased energy levels

* Reduced sickness levels

* Greater resilience to the stresses and challenges of daily life



“Human beings are meant to be happy. Life works when you're feeling happy. And everybody knows this because when you aren’t feeling happy, life completely sucks! Yet too many people are wasting their lives existing in a state of unhappiness. With my coaching, the opportunity exists to make a fundamental change to the quality of your life.”


Stephen Surridge – Professional Happiness Coach


So bookmark this site and follow me on Twitter for regular updates on how you can make being genuinely happy an integral part of your life.


And watch the various media clips on my blog to find out how you can achieve a much happier life.













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Researchers have found that there is not just a correlation between low self-esteem and materialism, but also a causal relationship where low self-esteem INCREASES materialism and materialism can CREATE low self-esteem.

They also found that as an individual's self-esteem increases, their interest in materialism decreases. In a study primarily focused on how this relationship effects children and adolescents, Lan Nguyen Chaplin (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign) and Deborah Roedder John (University of Minnesota) found that even a simple gesture to raise self-esteem dramatically decreased materialism. "By the time children reach early adolescence and experience a decline in self-esteem, the stage is set for the use of material possessions as a coping strategy for feelings of low self-worth". The paradox that findings such as these bring up, is that consumerism is good for the economy in the short run, but bad for the individual in the long run, especially for young people. Most of us want more income so we can consume more stuff.

However, several separate studies show that as societies become richer, they do not become happier. Statistically people have more material possessions and money than they did fifty years ago, but they are actually less happy. In fact, the wealthiest countries have more depression, alcoholism and more crime than they did fifty years ago and yet we have more material goods to purchase than ever before. This paradox is true of Britain, the United States, Australia, continental Europe and Japan. The real reason people want whatever is currently "hot" or "in style" is because they believe it will contribute towards their satisfaction and happiness in life. The word "believe" is the key here. People believe that buying more and more things, especially name brand clothes and cars, will make them happy, when in fact research has shown time and time again that this simply isn't the case. The point here is if you believe that when you get enough "stuff you will be happy, you are setting yourself up to be very disappointed. So instead why not be happy NOW? That's right! Cut out the middleman (all that stuff you think will make you happy when you get it) and just be happy NOW. A radical idea, wouldn't you say? Truly Caring for Your Success! Dr. Robert Anthony P.S. Self-esteem and our current state of consciousness are significantly linked - it is possible to bend reality and move into the highest framework of consciousness.


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