Happy people know and understand that they are 100% responsible for their life. They take responsibility for their moods, attitude, thoughts, feelings, actions and words. They are the first to admit when they’ve made a mistake.
We’re thrilled to introduce Be Happy For Life!
Be Happy For Life! is more than a series of products and services to help you live your happiest life possible – it is a concept, a new way of approaching your life, of learning about what matters most to you, and how to maximize your motivation, energy, and focus. Be Happy For Life! is unlike anything. Period.
Dr. Jimmy DeMesa
Jimmy DeMesa is a physician, a “rejuvenating” corporate CEO, an entrepreneur, an author, and a speaker. He’s also the ingenius professor behind the popular website BeHappy101.com.
Rudy Weitfeldt B.A., EMCA, M.Ed.
Professionally and personally, there are few people in the world more qualified than Rudy to talk about overcoming adversity and living a happy life.
Steven Diamond has spent the past three decades producing and touring large scale shows around the world with some of the most creative minds on the planet.
Fundamental to our approach is the integral belief that people learn best -we connect with new ideas best – when we are interested, involved, and entertained, all at the same time.
Dr. Jimmy DeMesa is a physician, a “rejuvenating” corporate CEO, an entrepreneur, an author, and a speaker. He’s also the ingenius professor behind the popular website BeHappy101.com and, as such, his class is always in session! A while back, when he was business partners with the well- known personal development coach, Tony Robbins, Jimmy discovered that his purpose in life is to be a positive, creative force for health and happiness.
And everything he does is directed toward that purpose for Jimmy has learned that nothing trumps happiness. Whether by treating the sick while practicing medicine, leading dcorporate teams to success as a CEO, playing with his kids, or working on projects and books as a happiness guru, Jimmy always wants people to be happy! Jimmy’s motto, like his first book title, is simply “BeHappy!.”
Jimmy joins Steven and Rudy in welcoming you and encouraging you to learn more about Be Happy For Life!
Professionally and personally, there are few people in the world more qualified than Rudy to talk about overcoming adversity and living a happy life. With undergraduate and graduate degrees in philosophy, physiology and psychology from the University of Toronto, Rudy comes with over 20 years of clinical experience in Emergency Psychiatry. As well, Rudy’s work includes his private psychotherapy practice and, using “skypotherapy” via the web, he treats people from around the world. A prolific author and speaker, he is the National Health and Happiness Examiner for Canada. Rudy is also co-founder and president of a software company that specializes in publishing self- development apps as well as treatment modules on web, computer, and mobile-based platforms using Computerized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques.
Rudy has released The Core of Happiness – a book dubbed “the great Canadian novel on Happiness” – having himself faced early parental loss as well as the death of four children, three boys and a girl, by age 33. The Core of Happiness was penned by Rudy in the hope that his surviving children and others would ultimately derive benefit from his philosophy of hope that has guided his life.
In early 2010, Rudy reached out to Steven and to Jimmy via the web as part of a plan to collaborate with others interested in promoting personalized, genuine happiness.
I am thrilled to announce the launch of a secret project I have been working on for years!
Be Happy For Life!
Click Here to meet the team behind Be Happy For Life!
Be Happy For Life! is more than a series of products and services to help you live your happiest life possible – it is a concept, a new way of approaching your life, of learning about what matters most to you, and how to maximize your motivation, energy, and focus.
Be Happy For Life! is unlike anything. Period.
Imagine constantly trying to do something you’re not very good at, something that does not utilize your best strengths. Day after day, you struggle through. You might improve over time and learn skills you didn’t have before, but because the activity is not a core strength, you’ll expend a lot of time and energy only to meet with mediocre results at best. Like success author Jack Canfield says, it’s like driving a car with the emergency brake on.
But what if you decided to take that energy and use it to build on your strengths, something that is more natural for you? Imagine how far that might take you. Right now much of the world is watching the Olympics, and you can bet that the people who accept the gold on that podium know the benefits of capitalizing on their strengths.
You can benefit from the very same mindset. Make a decision now to understand your strengths, and then endeavor to use them, improve upon them, and benefit from them even more. Release the emergency brake!
Here are two things you can do right now to stop stressing and stay positive:
Gordon Simmons and Tracy Brown, started Happiness Inside because they truly believe that when people turn their awareness inward, they can begin to discover how to become happier. And I agree! Just like getting fit is no mystery, getting happier isn’t really complicated either. And yet, both can be difficult if you don’t have support, knowledge, drive, and a set of tools you can use to accomplish the job. So they started www.HappinessInside.com Because they know that when you are happier, so are your friends and family – and even their friends and family. What if we could get millions of people focusing on increasing their happiness? What wonderful ripple effect could be created in the world? They are our latest guest bloggers here at StopStressingNow.Com and It’s with great pleasure that I introduce to you…
I have spent many years researching happiness. What is it? How does it come to be? Why aren’t we all happy? Aren’t we each born that way? What happens in between then and now? What I am getting at is that none of us actually wake up in the morning and sit on the edge of our beds and try and figure out how to have the most miserable day possible. Which would lead me to believe that we each have an innate deep seeded desire to be happy.
However, happiness is such a vague word. The word itself never really satisfied my desire to know what it is. Most people when embarking on a search for happiness begin their search by looking to the outside. They look for “what” will make them happy. “Who” will make them happy. They search for security falsely believing that the arm of another person next to them will provide them happiness. We believe that if somehow we were able to “gather” the right combination of “things” that we could find happiness in that. Not realizing that we are actually dooming ourselves before we even begin to fail in our quest.