What comes first – happiness or success?
Psychologists’ offices are filled with successful people who are not happy.
Happiness is a goal unto itself.
Once happiness is accomplished, success follows.
It rarely if ever works the other way around.
Being happy requires the type of commitment that most “successful” people seem willing to make to their careers. The sacrifice. The hours. The frustrations. And postponed gratification.
What makes you happy?
How much of your day is devoted to things that don’t contribute to your happiness?
Once you have a better idea of the types of things – major or simple – that bring you happiness, then you are likely to also be on the road to success in other areas of your life.
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