Happiness in Detroit: Lessons from a Shuttle Bus Driver
Finding the Friendliness Groove
The mission of service was her game. She truly found happiness in going the extra mile for those riding her bus, those that probably didn’t want to be there and that were probably a bit cranky at the onset. This woman found her friendliness groove and made her own job better, her own life better.
What Happens With Happiness at the Forefront?
Frequently in American culture, we don’t live our lives with happiness at the forefront. But what happens when we shift gears and make happiness a priority and mission instead of an occasional forced behavior? A lot. Happiness pays off in ways that make our lives better on multiple levels.
Getting to Positivity
When we invest in others like the shuttle bus driver did, our own happiness increases exponentially. Happy people are more productive at work and suffer less burnout, they tend to be healthier and more successful in their relationships. Not a bad payoff for a shift in attitude. And also something that anyone is capable of achieving.
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