Episode 65

The Happiness Hunter's Creed

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Large organisations have vision and mission statements as a reminder to the public and staff as to their operating principles and values. Sports teams, schools and religious groups have a code of conduct as their reference point.
What these creeds and mission statements do is a reminder of how they operate in their best version. They are aligned with their identity and how they show up.
Therefore it makes perfect sense for us to have our own.
The Happiness Hunter’s Creed is a reminder of how we show up as our best and highest version - individually and as a collective.
The power of this is being able to refer to it when feeling stuck, or “less than”, and asking yourself as you work through each point - “am I being this”?
"When I step into the vision of me as the best version of myself, the creed is how I think and operate. There are days where we can forget to check in and we operate and show up at less than ideal energy or attitude. By reading, connecting and reminding myself of this creed, it instantly lifts the standard of how I am showing up.
And on those days and times when I feel some resistance to stepping into this fully, I hand write the creed into my journal and read it out loud, and repeat this until I feel myself wholly embrace it".

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My Mission

Fiona Redding

Fiona Redding

Host

My mission in life is to share everything I have learned – and am continuing to learn – about turning my own life around and to really help you understand that happiness is to be found in the overcoming of obstacles and challenges in your life, and not in the absence of them.  To achieve your potential in life, you need to become your potential.  And for that to be, you need to understand yourself, and learn how to harness your strengths and overcome your weaknesses.   You have the power within you to create whatever reality you choose, and I am here to help you know that if you don’t like what you are experiencing, then you can absolutely change that.   But you do have to choose, believe, and be open to all possibilities, and to keep showing up every day, even when it feels really hard. Because if you do what is easy, your life will be hard.  But if you do what is hard, your life will be easy.