We all want to be the best person we can possibly be. We want to be good to ourselves, and we want to be good to others. But being good and making the right choices all the time can be so complicated and overwhelming a task that it’s hard to know where to start. So I’ve designed a bunch of simple, daily missions you can perform one at a time, every day. And I expand upon those ideas here. Get started on the path to becoming the best version of you today, with Operation: Joy.

Be James Bond

Do you feel you lack confidence? Are you looking for an easy way to attain it? Here’s a simple thing to try: pretend you’re James Bond.

Do Not Let Yourself Feel Powerless

No one likes to feel powerless, as though the entire world is against you. How can you empower yourself to bend that world to your will?

Make Someone's Day By Sharing The Power Of A Smile

A smile appears to have this strange, incomprehensible power. Not just over you, but over those you share it with. Make someone smile and watch it go viral!

Why You Should Love Yourself

The more you know and love who you are, the better you will treat others, and the more compassionate you will be. Learn more about the person in the mirror.

Make An Effort To Get To Know Your Neighbors

There are many things you can do to get to know your neighbors. In doing so, you will inspire Joy in yourself, your new friends, and your community.

How Are You Contributing To The Problem

In the adult world, being right is more than just being factually correct. If you’re not being compassionate, you are likely contributing to the problem.

Be More Productive - Stop Being A

Nothing stifles your productivity more than “but”. If you want to be more productive, stop being a “but”-head and drop it from your vocabulary.

Why Do I Feel Helpless And Alone?

How many times a day do you say the phrase “I don’t know”? Have you ever wondered why you feel so helpless and indecisive?

Why Patience Is An Important Key To Experiencing Joy

Often times our impatience can lead us to distraction, and we can miss the opportunities and gifts placed right in front of us.