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We had a good life…Now it’s a great life!

Read how Manoj Arora redefined his priorities and increased both his and his family’s happiness quotient manifold
Pencil: creativity locked

How to liberate your creativity

Expressing yourself creatively is one the most potent ways of busting everyday stress, reveals Vinesh Sukumaran

Meaning comes alive: The OPA! Way By Alex Pattakos and Elaine Dundon

The OPA! Way is a reminder for all of us stop and reflect on why and how we are doing what we are doing.

Break up with your bad habits

Don't allow your bad habits to become a way of dealing with your short-comings
Man walking with freedom

Finding joy and meaning in everyday life and work

In chasing ‘the good life,’ many of us sacrifice our relationships, our health, and our sanity, but at the end of the day, we still find ourselves with lives and work that bring us little fulfillment. That’s because, the good life is not about the pursuit of happiness, as happiness is superficial and fleeting. It’s about meaning, and about knowing that our lives and work matter

The art of optimism

Bryna Kranzler explores the mechanisms of optimism

Harsha Bhogle’s advice to anxious class X students

The class X results are like a blood test, you are not dead yet but they tell you if you are headed there. They allow you to make a correction in your life, says Harsha Bhogle

May 2014 issue: Living wholeheartedly

In this issue Margie Warrell, the best-selling author of Stop Playing Safe and Find Your Courage, tells us how we can go from mere platitudes about courage, to actually living fearlessly
Man showing his courage

Find your courage and stop letting fear run your life

Courage is a skill and, like all skills, it can be learned and developed to a level of mastery with consistent effort and commitment
Man running in search of something on the beach

The path to lasting happiness, through self-love

The more we focus on planning to be happy one day, the more disconnected we become from our true selves. What we don’t realise is that when we connect to our true selves and simply be, true happiness will reveal itself from within
Manoj Khatri — Editor of Complete Wellbeing
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