Like most people, you’ve probably been raised to believe in the traditional ‘work-ethic’, which maintains you must work hard to get a ‘good’ job, and work even harder and for longer hours to get promoted in order to earn more money. You’re also made to believe that you can only be paid according to the number of hours you work, or the number of products or services you supply.
The vast majority of the population are only too happy to buy into this, because they just want to earn a living in the ‘normal’ way, just like their parents did, and the generations before them.
Let’s face it, most people just want to go to work and get paid at the end of each month, watch TV, watch the football, go shopping, get drunk now and then, take a holiday once a year, and then collect their pension when they’re too worn out to work anymore.
Most ‘successful’ people nearly always end up paying a high price for their ‘version’ of ‘success’. They often work long hours under pressure to achieve tough targets, suffer work related stress and worry about job security, etc. Most folks perception of ‘success’ is fake! So what is real success? Well, I think Christopher Morley, the American journalist, novelist and poet gave a very good definition when… Read more…