Happiness & Fulfillment

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Today I got together with my long-time friend, Carey Smolensky, to discuss an important topic that I don’t often talk about – happiness. Carey wanted to know where it sits in relation to passion and the way I live my life, and it was a joy to explore.

Carey has also been helping to produce spectacular live events for years, including our annual Best Year Ever Blueprint, and after years of us twisting his arm he’s finally producing his own first major event—The Passion Summit—in Chicago on May 7th and 8th.

At The Passion Summit, I will be presenting a brand new keynote—titled What Matters Most?—and helping to answer this universal question that we don’t typically ask. (If you’re interested in attending The Passion Summit, click here to register. Use the code YOPALVIP to save up to $350.)

But before that, I think you’ll really enjoy today’s conversation about Happiness & Fulfillment…

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Why I see happiness as an overrated concept—and what’s more important.
  • Why emotions are fleeting, but inner peace is not.
  • How I achieved long-term fulfillment—and why lasting, sustained happiness comes with it.
  • The importance of doing deep work and looking at the big picture, even in the middle of the grind.
  • And much more…

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