'Happiness is a virtue hard to find': A good word from Karan Behl of Happiitude
Living in a country as fast-paced as India comes with its own pros and cons.
The opportunity is great, but it also comes with a handful of stress, tensions and obstacles.
At a time when the competitive edge in the world is at its peak, something as common as a place of work becomes a battlefield.
It becomes tough to focus on staying happy and content in an environment like this.
Workplace stress is particularly difficult to handle as the path to which an individual can release that stress becomes limited.
Karan Behl, Founder of Happiitude teaches corporates across the globe on themes related to, “How NOT to be unhappy”.
He explains, “In the corporate world being stressed is fashionable."
"If one is not stressed or anxious people think that person has nothing significant to do in life," he says.
"People find their comfort in generalisation. If everyone is stressed and I am not, then there is something wrong with me," explains Behl.
But stress is a dangerous badge of honour. Researchers have found a direct connect to Stress and Relationships.
When a person is stressed or unhappy they try to squeeze the happiness out of their partners so as to get on the same level.
This behaviour leads to stress and discomfort in a relationship which later leads to arguments and breakups.
The need for happiness coaches and therapists has increased in large numbers in modern-day India.
Look out for more inspirational words by Karan Behl of Happiitude.