16 Jan What REALLY matters in life?
by Marshall Goldsmith from the Huffington Post
Most people don't want to "do nothing' all day. We have hopes and dreams, goals and ambitions. We want to contribute to the world, make it a better place, not "retire" from it to a life of "leisure." For most of us, the prospects of sleeping in late, lounging on the beach, improving our golf scores, living on cruise ships, and lazing about all day may sound good for a short time, but they hold little allure for us in the long-term.
So, what really matters in life? I can boil the answer to this question down to six major themes:
First a little discussion on the themes.
Wealth – some have more than others, some have less, but most of the people I run across agree that while it can be used to pay for nice homes, fast cars, and fine dining, it can't purchase meaning. Beyond a middle-income level, the amount of money you have bears little correlation to how happy you are.
Health – is critically important to enjoying life. Good health is a combination of luck, a healthy lifestyle, and medical care…
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