Is Money very Essential to Happiness: Rupinderjit Kaur HR manager Aircrews Aviation Pvt.Ltd.

Is Money very Essential to Happiness:

Rupinderjit Kaur

Ans. I found that a larger income generally makes people happier—but not always. It's not just how much you make that determines how satisfied you are with your life, but how that money relates to your desires. You might say that happiness is equal to what you have divided by what you want.

Living a Rich Life:

Living richly means figuring out what to spend your time, money, and energy on—and what to ignore. Since you can’t have everything, you have to prioritize. This means spending money on things that matter to you—and skimping on things that don’t.

Psychologists generally agree that a life well-lived is rich in:

1.Security: It’s hard to be happy when you’re constantly worrying about how to pay the bills. If you have money, you don’t have to worry about those things.

2.Relationships: True wealth comes from relationships, not from dollars and cents. Wealthy or poor, people with five or more close friends are more apt to describe themselves as happy than those with fewer.

3.Experiences: As explained in the Note on How Money Affects Happiness, memories tend to grow more positive with time, but Stuff usually drops in value—both actual value and perceived value.

Remember these three pillars of happiness and you can build a rich life even on a limited income.

To further improve your relationship with money always keep those words in mind:

1.Prioritize  2.stay healthy  3. Dont compare yourself to other media exposure   5. simplify  6.Help others  7. Pursue meaningful goals 

The fact:

The bottom line is that if you can’t be content, you’ll never lead a rich life, no matter how much money you have. The key to money management—and happiness—is being satisfied. It’s not how much you have that makes you happy or unhappy, but how much you want. If you want less, you’ll be happy with less. This isn’t a psychological game or New Age mumbo-jumbo, it’s fact: The lower your expectations, the easier they are to fulfill—and the happier you’ll be.

Rupinderjit Kaur

HR Manager

Aircrews Aviation Pvt. Ltd.

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