Why Being Happy Rocks Your Health

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Scenario: "Dude, I'm always sick. What's wrong with me? Ahh!" 2-second quiz for ya: Which entrepreneur will likely rock the world more?

  1. Sandy who takes 4 weekends off a year for friends/family.
  2. Aaron who takes 40 weekends off a year for friends/family.

If you chose Aaron, hit the sirens: ding, ding, ding, ding: You're right. We'll explain. If you've been stuck in your office for the last 84129421 days, and you've avoided friends and family, you've probably been sick -- more times than your badass can remember. That's because your body's running a never-ending marathon. Flu season's coming, and you're probably going to get sick again. We promise. Uh-oh.

Unhealthy Person = Freakishly Less Productive

Instead of focusing fully on your work, your mind starts thinking about what medicine you need, what jackets to wear, what foods you need, yadda, yadda. Worse, when you're sick, your performance suffers. Like Paris Hilton CD sales. And of course: you infect your employees, which drains your entire company's productivity. But, you gotz somez hopez.

What's the sweet way to avoid sickness?

This weekend -- drumroll: Hang out with your friends and family. Why? People that develop strong relationships with friends/family are much happier. Then...

When you're happier, what happens?

Your body starts thinking it's a badass and rejects viruses that cause colds and flu. That will keep you healthy, and keep you kicking booty every week. So if you have some time today, hang out with your cool friends and family. A template to get you started:

"My amigo! Let's kick it, and do the freakin' tango!"

 

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Posted on November 12

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