We all want to be happy. But we sometimes think of happiness as a thing that happens to us — something we have no control over. It's easy to link the idea of happiness with the situation we're in. We might tell ourselves, "If only things were different, then I'd be happy." Researchers have found that more than half of happiness depends on things that are actually under our control. That's really good news because it means everyone can be happier. A big part of how happy we are depends on our mindset, the habits we practice, and the way we live each day. By learning the key ingredients of happiness, we can use them to become happier. The people in our lives matter. Good relationships are one of the best ways to enjoy happiness, health, and well-being.
The other important aspect of our lives is Truth. Truth matters, both to us as individuals and to society as a whole. As individuals, being truthful means that we can grow and mature, learning from our mistakes. For society, truthfulness makes social bonds, and lying and hypocrisy break them. As with many other qualities, you need to find the balance in truthfulness: neither overplaying nor underplaying either your virtues or your weaknesses. Truthfulness allows you to be honest about yourself to yourself, and to others, and to live a life which reflects that. Looking after your physical and mental health is important. It is, however, not enough. Maslow’s famous hierarchy of needs suggests that most of us need more than that. We need to know that we are living our ‘best life’: that we are doing all we can to lead a ‘good life’ that we will not regret later on.
One more aspect in today's time is Social media and other media which influence teenage attitudes and behavior. On one side social media and other media can be positive influences on teenage behavior and attitudes. Teenagers who are exposed to and take an interest in news media are more likely to be interested in major social and political issues like climate change & sustainability etc. In this example, the media can encourage them to become more involved as citizens in their communities. Teenagers can also pick up important health promotion messages from social media and other media. This might include messages aimed at preventing youth depression and suicide, promoting positive, respectful relationships, or encouraging healthy eating and lifestyle habits. At the same time, Social Media messages can have a negative or unhealthy influence on teenage behavior and attitudes in certain areas, including body image, health and citizenship. To be responsible citizens, teenagers need reliable and good-quality information. But social media and other media are sometimes used in negative ways during elections and at other times. For example, ‘fake news’ might influence teenagers to believe false information about someone. Or sometimes online forums promote biased or hateful attitudes towards groups of people. Therefore, Teens must be very careful what they watching and up to what extent they need to believe social media.
The other very important point which we need to address is Self-esteem in our Younger generation. Positive self-esteem for teens is important as it allows them to try new things, take healthy risks and solve problems. In turn, their learning and development will be productive and will set them up for a healthy and positive future. A young person with healthy self-esteem is more likely to display positive behavioral characteristics, such as: acting independent and mature, taking pride in their accomplishments/achievements, accepting frustration and dealing with it responsibly , trying new things and challenges and helping others when possible.
Therefore, managing your time is the best solution to all this. There is a saying that live forty-eight hours in every twenty-four hours. Successful people never say that they do not have no time. They somehow make the time for everything and schedule it. People those have achieved professional and personal success in their lives were very good in time management. Learn the art of getting things done without getting tired. Treat time as precious gift- just like money, like money save time as well and bank it to create wealth, career and life.