The Pursuit of Happiness
Though some of the following may not be true all of the time, when
you love the process of what you do, the following should ring true
much of the time:
You don’t talk about other individuals; you talk about the
great things other individuals are doing.
You help without thinking, or without being asked.
You don’t struggle to stay disciplined; you struggle to
You’re excited about the job you are doing, but you’re more
excited about the people you’re doing it with.
You leave work with items on your to-do list that you are
eager to tackle tomorrow.
You think, “I hope I get to…” instead of, “I hope I don’t have
You don’t focus on retirement, because retirement sounds
boring – and a lot less fulfilling.
Now, there is a chance that our society may have overdone the need
for the above to be true all of the time. We have been told that if you
do what you love, the money and success will follow. We have been
told that if you are not changing the world in bold ways, it is because
you are too afraid to find your passion and follow it.