Television Host Sean McMillian Uplifts with A Message of Hope and Shares Tips on Improving Your Peace and Happiness During Challenging Times

Sean McMillian, host of the “Book of Sean” on Fox Soul TV words are powerful, uplifting, and life-changing.

He shares tips to create happiness and peace in the lives of millions, especially during these challenging times.

McMillian says, “you may think it is tough and impossible during the coronavirus pandemic, and that a life of happiness and peace is not attainable, but not so.”

He adds, “There is no right time, but rather every day is the right time.”

When ask about what is needed to bring happiness and peace into your life, McMillian shares, “ you need to act, not just dream about them. You will also need to make some inner changes and remove negative influences from your life.”

Sean McMillian shares helpful tips to create happiness and peace in your life.

Tip #1: Happiness and peace are not dependent on possessions and circumstances.

Material possessions, money and fame, might bring temporary happiness and inner peace, but true happiness and inner peace come from within you. They do not depend on your possessions, status or circumstances.

Happiness and peace also come through simple things you love, such as reading a good book, being with friends you love, or a hobby. You can enjoy many moments of peace every day, when you do small, simple things you love.

Tip #2: Adopt a positive attitude toward life, Think about solutions, not about problems. You can choose the see the problems, and you can choose to see the solutions. You can choose to expect failure, and you can choose to expect success. Forget the past and focus on the present. A positive attitude makes you feel light, happy and peaceful.

Tip #3: Don’t let your fears occupy your mind.

Fear and worry cause stress and unhappiness. Even if your fears and worries are real, you will get nothing by dwelling on them, except lack of peace and happiness.

Don’t let negative thoughts rule your mind. What you fear might not happen, and if it does happen, worrying about it will do you no good. Only positive thinking and positive action can help you.

Tip #4: Be a doer. Don’t just accept your circumstances. Don’t be passive. Be active, a doer. Don’t be afraid of action and of challenges.

Now is the time to make a change. When you do what you love, happiness and peace start filling your life.

Tip #5: Change what you don’t like and, which does not benefit you. Consciously, decide to change the things that you don’t like or are not benefiting you. You might not be able to change everything, yet, there are many things you can change in your life.

Bonus Tip: Spend time with your family. Find the time to be with your family, talk, play, and have fun. At least once a week, have a meal together.

About Sean McMillian
Sean Henderson McMillian is a polarizing and riveting spiritual leader and pastor who will tackle the daily hot topics that are currently at the forefront of the black community through the lens of unwavering faith and colorful insight.

He is also a contributing host on Extra TV anchored by Billy Bush who has devoted his platform to the delivery of sound offerings and observation understandable to the public using the medium of television.

Before blazing his television career, McMillan served as the executive director of the Center for African American Theological Studies where he was also member of the teaching faculty in moral philosophy and theological ethics.

Sean McMillian is also the former associate dean of the Doctor of Ministry Program at McCormick Theological Seminary and he has both taught and lectured at Wagner College, Clark Atlanta University, Georgetown University, The University of Chicago, and Columbia University of New York.

Professor McMillan’s intellectual interests concern themselves with the question of moral sustainability in a world where reason has not singularly saved us. By this measure, the central consideration of Professor McMillan’s research is rooted in an axiological rendering of the role of our existential commitments in the face of human fallibility and collective systemic suffering.

Sean McMillian is a father, author, scholar, minister, and an activist, residing in Los Angeles.

Stay tuned to Sean McMillian by following him on social media @drseanmcmillan

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