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Money is related to happiness. If you don’t have enough money to feed your family, more money will more likely increase your happiness.
But once you have met all of the basic needs, money is less influential.
People are happiest and perform their best when they are actively engaged in what they are doing.
To find happiness in your work, the key is to have projects that take you just outside of your comfort zone.
Having more options doesn’t mean that we will be happier, although, we often think that it will.
When we have too many choices, it is more difficult to take action, and if we decide, we are less satisfied with our choice.
Although working overtime may seem rewarding, when that comes at the price of health and mental well-being, it dilutes your success.
To become successful sooner, you first need a road map for your career. What do you want to achieve in your career?
Long term goals help you create a framework for your career. With them in mind, create smaller goals. Set the bar high to ensure you always have a source of motivation.
People get tired of their surroundings and a spruce-up can boost their energy and creativity.
Moving furniture or going to a fresh place can help your productivity.