Do you find that as you age, your values and perspectives change and frequently the things that were once important become irrelevant? If you’ve even wondered about what constitutes a happy, fulfilled life … read on as we continue to explore the remaining findings of the Harvard Grant Study.
Making Connections: The study found that it’s the connections we make in life that are critical to happiness, and it’s not just strong relationships with family and friends. “Feeling connected to your work” is far more important than the amount of your paycheck and being successful by traditional standards. A job that is fulfilling and gives back to the community, one that pays enough for you to live comfortably, and one that you’re passionate about and enjoy—this is what counts. Most people rarely find all three in a single job, but it’s the connections they make that matter most.
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