Laura Nash on 'Just Enough' Success

May 2005
Journal of Financial Planning;May2006, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p10
Academic Journal
The article presents an interview with Laura Nash, Senior Research Fellow at Harvard Business School and co-author of the self-help book "Just Enough: Tools for Creating Success in Your Work and Life." Topics discussed include her research into high achievers and their attitude, the biggest misconceptions about success, the biggest misconceptions about "just enough," how to balance a job, children, community involvement, family obligations, and happiness, and the kaleidoscope metaphor of the four spheres of happiness. INSET: Legacies Are Out.


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