Is Success Without Well-Being Really Success?

Is Success Without Well-Being Really Success?

We all strive for achievement, money, fame and more.

And that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

But can any of that be considered success without happiness and wellbeing?

That’s what this Thrive article by Arianna Huffington asks and as far as I’m concerned, it’s well worth a read …

The Great Resignation is really a Great Re-Evaluation of how we live, how we work and what we need to truly thrive. What people are resigning from is a culture of burnout and a broken definition of success. More and more people have come to see that chasing an idea of success based solely on the metrics of money and status isn’t sustainable. It’s like sitting on a two-legged stool — sooner or later we’re going to fall off. What we’re seeing is a shift to a way of living and working based on a more fulfilling and sustainable definition of success that adds to the first two metrics the third metric of well-being and resilience. People are realizing that the idea that burnout is simply the price they have to pay for success is a delusion.

At the same time, more and more companies are realizing that their most important resource is their people. They’re seeing the direct connection between the long-term health of their bottom line and the health and well-being of their people. We were in the middle of a global epidemic of stress and burnout even before COVID. Then the pandemic hit, and employee well-being and resilience shot to the top of the agenda for companies all over the world…

… keep reading the full & original article HERE