This year is almost over. I am beyond excited for 2020. We have many plans in store. We are looking to run more events, launch our first conference series, get more heavily involved in corporate wellbeing, create a brand ambassador program for our customers, and foster powerful partnerships with therapists, coaches, and psychology teachers worldwide in order to spread our mission. We will make our apps more sophisticated with monthly reports, customization, and AI-enabled features.
There are many inspirational planners in the market now. With this in mind, we have specifically defined our unique value proposition to focus on helping you become happy, whole, and fulfilled. Our planners will help you be more productive and achieve your goals. However, these are simply a means to an end. The end goal is to be happy, whole, and fulfilled. We want to help you look within because at the end of the day, nothing else matters if we fail to manage ourselves.
We want our planners and journals to have the deepest content compared to what's available out there. We take months to design each product from doing research to crafting questions and designing each page. We want the questions to inspire you, motivate you, trigger you, excite you, and change you. The Happiness Planner and Explore Your Inner World Guided Journals might not be for everyone. But they're definitely for those who realize that the real work is within.
In order to be truly happy, whole, and fulfilled, we must become better at managing ourselves - our emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. We must get better at dealing with conflicts and communicating our needs and frustrations. We can keep running away from people who trigger us, or, we can choose to look within and grow. At the end of the day, the relationships we have in our lives matter. And they don't get better unless we learn to deal with how we manage our emotions, our insecurities, our fears, and how we react and respond to unpleasant situations.
How do we get better at these? By being mindful. When we are mindful, we can see our thoughts and anxieties as separate from us; as something that we can manage and understand.
How do we manage them? By learning to see different ways of reframing our thoughts and perception because our thoughts affect how we feel.
How do we understand them? By asking ourselves the right questions and examining the root causes of how we behave, think, and feel, and how our beliefs were developed and formed.
In 2020, I'd like to encourage you not just to become more productive and achieve more goals, but also to be more understanding and to heal. And it all starts from within - from learning to understand who we are and manage the chaos that lies within.
Founder of The Happiness Planner