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It starts at the core. A lot of times we can find our minds go the place of “when I have then I’ll be.” It’s kind of that context. When I have a lot of money, then I’ll be happy. I’ll take vacations. I’ll take these trips. When I marry then I’ll feel connected. It’s sort of like “when this happens in my world, it’ll produce this effect for me inside.” And it’s sort of like turning it on its head and saying “you know I’m going to be happy today because essentially I’m going to choose to be happy today.” And I know that sounds so simplistic, but it really is that easy and that simple. You might need to train it a little bit, practice thoughts that are going to produce happiness, beliefs that are going to produce happiness, and engaging activities that are fulfilling. But I think it’s as simple as just beginning to decide it’s what I’m going to be. – Joey Klein
Chapman University is located in Orange County, CA. With an enrollment of 8000 total students they have a 14-1 student to instructor ratio, and over 86% of students receive financial assistance.