I speak about being joyful often and get lots of questions about making it happen.
First, there is no magic to being joyful, and rose-colored glasses are not required. In fact, the more precise you see the world, the more joyful you will be.
When you accept that merely being alive means you will run into occasional challenges, you will be more joyful.
When you realize that dealing with challenges is a privilege of being alive, you will be more joyful.
When you accept that frustration is part of life, you will be more joyful.
You will be more joyful when you deal with everything that life throws at you without skipping a step.
Being joyful essentially comes down to having a great day, getting a good night’s sleep, and repeating it over and over.