Dec 14, 2020
The phrase “money can’t buy
happiness,” has been around awhile and for good reason. Even after
people have achieved wealth, many are still looking for ways
to achieve a joyful life. Sally Glick, today’s guest, talks about
Sally started her career by
working with her father, a CPA sole practitioner in Chicago, during
a time when firms didn’t yet have logos and brands. What they did
have was white stationary with black ink. They were located in the
downtown Chicago area. They didn’t know the words
and center of influence but that was exactly what they did. They stayed
in front of their clients and helped them. The major trick she
learned was to always put herself on the other side of the table so
she could understand what her clients and prospects needed, from
Sally has experienced interruptions, her reactions depended on from
whom the interruption was coming.
she’s put in a situation where she can’t pause the interruption,
she lets it go and thanks them for making a great point. She then
continues from where she left off.
- In a
more informal situation, however, she tells them to hold their
thought for a minute and let her finish speaking
- Happiness matters because people who are
happier are also healthier. If you want to be healthy, seek
- Finland has won The Happiest Place on Earth for
three consecutive years. The main cause is because people there
have deep social networks. When people feel connected, they don’t
feel ignored, overlooked, and marginalized.
you’re happy and satisfied, you can do more for others. You can be
magnanimous and charitable, as well as forgiving and
learned from all the studies she’s read that there’s no direct
correlation between happiness and other factors such as money,
material possessions, education, gender, or even physical
- Studies show that relationships are what make
people happy. It’s the ability to form deep and meaningful
connections with other people. The more good relationships you
have, the happier you are.
can't buy happiness but it can make life so much
are certain basic necessities that need to be addressed for you to
feel complete but once those necessities are met, you don’t need
more to be happy.
you’re listening to someone, there’s a difference between finding
common ground to talk about and taking over the conversation to the
point of not acknowledging their story.
“You Can't Buy Happiness -- So How Do
You Achieve a Joyful LIfe?”
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LinkedIn. Check out her website as well.
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