Sounds great, doesn’t it?
I am certainly not opposed to happiness. I just think that chasing after happiness only chases happiness away.
Oh, sure, we may feel a few fleeting moments of happiness. Just enough to lure us into the next book or article.
But it doesn’t stay.
Happiness is elusive. At least when you chase after it.
It arrives, though, when you allow it to be the after-effect or side-effect of something else — something that will transform your life, and transform the world.
Seek a life of impact. Go for discovering your purpose. Find your meaning. Happiness will show up.
Learn why in this week’s Thriveology podcast.