We have been discovering and studying ways to achieve happiness, well being, work/life balance and true satisfaction. Through this experience we have concluded that:

  1. Happiness is a choice, not a state – so don’t complain you don’t have enough time, money, etc.
  2. Happiness means action – it emerges from being active, open, curious, committed
  3. Happiness has many dimensions – emotions, passion, social, higher purpose, professional achievement and productivity, physicality and spirituality, body and mind, private and public

That is, while we see many ways to achieve happiness, we value the ones mentioned above more. While many philosophies and approaches focus either on the body, senses or spirit, we claim that happiness is a verb, and at its core means action and commitment.

As followers of happy·ciency, we choose to be happy by being positive, open, health-conscious, productive and ambitious in fulfilling our personal, professional and public goals.