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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Why A Happy Career Can Still Feel Unfulfilling – TalentCulture

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Author Emily Esfahani Smith explains why the pursuit of happiness backfires–and what we can do about it in the jobs we already have. For as long as human beings have existed, they’ve yearned to know what makes life worth living. Plato described man as a “being in search of meaning,” and the first great work of literature, the 4,000 year-old “Epic of Gilgamesh,” is a hero’s quest to live a meaningful life in the face of mortality. “What the research shows is that this pursuit of happiness tends .  show all text
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