“The one who would be in constant happiness must frequently change.” Confucius. In pursuing happiness, it is easy to chase after the external when in fact the major obstacles to happiness lie within. Understand yourself. How do you compare to other people in your capacity for happiness? If highly happy, you might not need to do much more. If at the very low end of the happiness continuum, you might need to think about devoting much more attention to changing. Stop blaming external circumstances and commit to working long-term on many of the exercises in this book.