There’s a common assumption that you will be happy when you are successful. But the reverse is actually true, and not just anecdotally. Hard neurological science supports the idea that happy people have more capacity to succeed. And beyond that, that happiness is not a genetic mandate, or a product of circumstance. It’s a choice.
Author: Scott Crabtree
Source: “First Round Review”
Subjects: Career, Personal Development, Personality / Behavior, Success / Failure