Growing up, they lie to us, we were sold the misconception that in order be successful and to live a good life we have to trade our time for money by following the traditional career path. Which is choosing a career that will make us good money (meaning a stable pay check).
The whole aim and purpose of human existence is to live a life of happiness and meaning. This has hold truth from the beginning of time. What else then is the true purpose of life, if not to live a happy life until you die?
Happiness is the most sought-after goals in life, yet for many, it seems to be elusive. It’s easy to delude ourselves into thinking, “oh well, when I get that nice house or a new car and some more money in my bank account, then I can be happy.” But in reality, happiness is available to all of us, right now.
People including friends and family, as well as work colleagues, often come to me looking for advice on how to solve a particular problem they are experiencing, like how to lose weight or make more money. First, I have them describe how this is affecting their lives and much of a pain point they consider