Sunday, February 14, 2010

On Happiness

Try the possessions exercise (Jseliger):

List the ten most expensive things (products, services, or experiences) that you have ever paid for (including houses, cars, university degrees, marriage ceremonies, divorce settlements, and taxes). Then, list the ten items that you have ever bought that gave you the most happiness. Count how many items appear on both lists.
Personally, my thinking is that money is what comes after building products and services clients love (or grow to love). Having fun on the way and believing in what I do doesn't hurt either.

1 comment:

Anthony said...

Great thought - I'm going to try out this exercise!