Pursuing Success Is Not Enough

Johnson, Paul
December 2007
Forbes Asia;12/10/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 21, p20
The author advises how to achieve wealth, fame and success alongside with the pursuit of happiness. He suggests combining the pursuit of wealth with creativity. He then notes that a successful man is likely to find happiness in producing something useful, delightful or beautiful. He also encourages creating happiness and satisfaction by creating jobs. Finally, he asserts that job creation leads him to the fourth source of happiness that the right kind of success brings.


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