There’s a conspiracy afoot.
If you ask around, it seems like most people are in the dark about it.
But you’re not most people are ya, Skipper?
You know the real truth… don’t you?
If not, don’t fret. I’ve got enough blue pills to go around.
But first, a story.
Last year, I was with a group of friends when one of them said something that had a remarkably profound impact on me.
Now, what you need to know about this particular friend is that he’s a real go-getter. Wicked smart, witty, entrepreneurial, driven. He’s a husband, a father — an all-around great man.
Some would say he ‘has it all.’
And by today’s standards, it would certainly seem that way.
But then he said this:
“I’ve got the house, the pool, the big garage, the truck. I’ve got lots of money and a high-paying job. I’ve got everything I was supposed to get. Why, then, am I not happy?”
My heart hit the floor.
I had no idea.
Him? Unhappy? It didn’t make any sense to me.
But it wasn’t learning this that devastated me. What devastated me was that he answered his own question without even knowing it.
He, like most people, was looking for happiness in all the wrong places. It wasn’t his fault, either. Like he said, he had everything he was “supposed to get.”
Problem is, what you’re “supposed to get” isn’t always what makes you happy.
Far from it, actually.
In fact, the more you strive for society’s ‘ideal life,’ the further you get from discovering where your own happiness actually comes from.
An infinite spring of happiness within you — and the majority don’t even know it exists.
Can you see the problem here?
Most people believe they can find happiness by collecting all the whose-its and whats-its they can get their hands on.
But that’s not how it works.
You don’t find happiness by looking outside of yourself.
It’s not something that’s created in the physical world.
You don’t acquire, purchase, or possess it.
Happiness is something that manifests within — and it’s time you start treating it like the proactive endeavor it actually is.
Fulfilling relationships, exciting experiences, feelings of love, gratitude, and appreciation — this is what makes a person truly happy.
Understand this and watch as the light grows brighter within you.
Soon, you’ll come to know the conspiracy was true all along.
Happiness really is an inside job.
And when you’re ready 👇👇