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How To Live A Very Good Life
Table Of ContentsChapter 1:What Is an Optimal Life?Chapter 2:What Do You Need for an Optimal Life?Chapter 3:Striking the Balance between Health and WealthChapter 4:Your Family and Your LifeChapter 5:3 Practical Essentials for Optimal Living – Food, Fun and ExerciseChapter 6:Your Sex Life – An Undeniable Aspect for Your Optimal LifeChapter 7:Have a HobbyChapter 8:It Is Not Just about the PresentChapter 9:Is Your Life Optimal Today?Chapter 10:Putting Your Self in Your Life
IntroductionHow many people do you know who will state that their lives are optimal? Ifyou look around, you might think that happiness has ceased to exist.But, if you want to make your life optimal, you have to take things in your ownhands. You have to shape your own life.Here is how you can do that, starting today.
Chapter 1:What Is an Optimal Life?SummaryWhat is an optimal life? Is a life where you everything you need and want anoptimal life?
What Is an Optimal Life?Many people speak about their problems in life. In fact, this is one of the hottesttopics of conversations. It doesn’t really matter where you meet someone, all ittakes is a friendly smile to start pouring out your life’s woes to them. Everyonedoes the same. The result is that no one really knows how happy one is. Sinceeveryone is talking about their miseries, it does seem that no one around isleading an optimal life.This is where the problem lies. We think that the term “optimal life‟ should have adefinition. We think that we should be able to peg down someone’s life entirelyand say, “Ah, now his is an optimal life!” But it doesn’t happen that way, does it?You might think that someone with a lot of money or someone with a beautifulwife must have an optimal life. But when you get to know them, you begin to seethe great big problems that lie behind this exterior façade of theirs and yourealize that their life is not all that hunky-dory as you thought it to be.There’s a great saying I am reminded of here –If everyone were to throw their problems in a pile, and see everyone else’s, theywould grab their own right back.It’s true. We think the neighbors are always happier than we are. We think theyare leading a more optimal life than we are. But if we were really to sit down andmake comparisons, quite likely, we would find our problems to be the least.So, where are we heading with this? The point I want to make here is that our