Successful Yet MiserableMarch 7, 2019
My business partner sent an email with a link to an article in the New York Times entitled “Wealthy, Successful and Miserable” by Charles Duhigg. The article stated that a surprising number of people are professionally miserable. Many are asking themselves the same question that Michael Caine asked in the movie Alfie: “What is it all about, you know what I mean?”
Now that you have met your financial and family responsibilities, are you asking yourself “What Now?” Do you feel stuck in your professional role with nothing to look forward to. Professionally, do you want to spend your time and energy on getting to the next level that you really don’t want?
Many professionals feel that something is missing in their lives and they can’t put their finger on what that is. The answer is that their lives and careers no longer have meaning and purpose.
To get out of career and mid-life funks you need to consciously design a meaningful life of authenticity which is the key to your experiencing genuine success and happiness. By being true to yourself, you break free from what has held you back in the past, and you connect to something larger than yourself. The fact that you have to know who you really are in order to know what is truly meaningful in your life. To create work-life balance you need to transition from being career-centric to life-centric which enables you to experience greater satisfaction more than achievement of professional goals.
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