I’m big fan of Tony, founder of Zappos. I would like to share something, interesting, inspiring and enjoy your time when you’re creating something creative, using your creative mind.
I thought about how easily we are all brainwashed by our society and culture to stop thinking and just assume by default that more money equals more success and more happiness, when ultimately happiness is really just about enjoying life.
In a recent blog post for the Huffington Post, author of Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose, and CEO of Zappos, Tony Hsieh discusses what the meaning of happiness is to him and the process on how he found it:
“I made a list of the happiest periods in my life, and I realized that none of them involved money. I realized that building stuff and being creative and inventive made me happy.”Have you ever really thought about what makes you happy? Is it a successful career? Your family? Giving back to the community? Track your “highs” and “lows” to determine your own personal core values by taking the “Mountains and Valleys Core Values” exercise.
Read the full Huffington Post article by Tony Hsieh, here.
Content credit goes to Official blog of Tony Hsieh
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