Now I meet people in business and other various job descriptions and one thing that separates the happy from the miserable is the happy people are really doing what they enjoy this is not a cliche so many people have been in jobs and trades for years that they have no passion for yes another cliche I know but it is very very true.
When I worked in construction there were bricklayers who were content with their lot, and yet when I sat with a gentleman who owned a 15 million turnover business he was a gambling addict and seemed very very depressed with is lot in life.
No matter what you may believe unless you are below the breadline excessive wealth does not necessarily mean excessive happiness there are many many factors you must address to get the balance just right your values must align with your goals and the life you are following and there must be a cut off point where you know you are content.
Media TV like to portray success as being a direct correlation between wealth and lifestyle however wealth does help but there is so much more to life.
So before you go on to apply the things I will be sharing on this blog ask yourself is the next 30 years worth it for me just to chase money in order to become wealthy, if the answer is yes make sure you have other commitments in life as you will need to have something to do once you earn your goal amount.