Rule #6 – Don’t take yourself so seriously 🙂


Have you heard of Rule #6?

I recently read a book called The Art of Possibility by Benjamin Zander & Rosalind Stone Vander. It’s a book of practices. And as is often the case when we read a book, there’s one or two things that hit like a lightning bolt when we read them, and stay with us long after the last page has been turned. In this book, Rule #6 was the one that really stood out for me.

Rule #6 – Don’t take yourself so seriously. 

And in the world where Rule #6 exists, there are no other rules, Rule #6 is the only rule. 

It’s a powerful way to help yourself lighten up and regain perspective when it all seems a bit much, and can be a lead in to break the tension in our interactions with others too.

You can watch the video here. 

“Life is fleeting. 
And if you’re ever distressed, cast your eyes to the summer sky 
when the stars are strung across the velvety night. 
And when a shooting star streaks through the blackness, turning night into day,
Make a wish and think of me. 
Make your life spectacular. 
I know I did”. – Robin Williams

Love always, 

Fiona xxx 

Here is a little reminder about gratitude too.

Fiona Redding is the founder of The Happiness Hunter, co-host of #BusinessAddicts The Podcast and author of The Happiness Hunter’s Guide to Meditation.

Based on leading research, metaphysical principles and her own real life learnings and experiences, The Happiness Hunter will teach and empower you to change your life with the strategies, tools and mindset shifts required to live an abundant, successful and healthy life, full of passion, joy and meaning, and free of stress and anxiety.

Our services include life coaching and healing services, workshops, retreats, keynote presentations and corporate wellbeing programs with a focus on life integration instead of work life balance.

The Happiness Hunter also organises free community walks and weekly classes throughout Australia in an effort to increase happiness & wellbeing through human connection, nature and exercise, which is supported by a leadership network.