Stop Trying to Find Happiness

Finding Meaning Is More Fulfilling

When you ask people what they want out of life, they often say that they “want to be happy.” But research has shown that happiness isn’t as fulfilling as we might think it is.


Roy Baumeister and other social psychologists published a study in the Journal of Positive Psychology investigating the difference between meaningfulness and happiness.

Based on their investigation, here are three findings that they discovered.

Why Less Is More Every Time

Three Examples of Focus as the Key Ingredient to Success

People think they need to be more, do more, or have more to be successful. But that’s not how life is. Focus is the key ingredient. And focus means priorities. That’s why less is more every time.


You don’t have to be all things to all people. You don’t have to do everything all the time. And you don’t have to have more to be all you can be. It all comes down to your priorities.

Here are three examples where focus is the key ingredient to success.

The #1 Problem Crippling the Church—from Within

I remember reading an article several years ago about some girls at a secular college who had a unique way to raise money for their university group.

They sold calendars with pornographic pictures—of themselves.

A media outlet asked the group’s leader about their unusual tactic.  She replied, “What’s wrong with a little pornography?”

But surely this was just an attitude outside the Church, right?  Not so.  A new study by the Barna Group says porn is alive and well inside the Church as well.