The Money Podcast
Does Money Really Make You Happy (Happiness vs Fulfilment)
Wednesday, 22 May
Yes, money does buy your happiness, but it doesn’t buy you fulfilment!
It’s true that money can buy a lot of things that will make you happy, and that’s okay if you do it. But, today on the Money Podcast, Rob encourages you that instead of chasing for your own happiness, aim for fulfilment. You’ll feel fulfilled if you start creating, earning, and spending money not just for you, but for others. Learn the difference between selflessness and selfishness. Money can be the basis of your happiness, but develop it alongside other things, like love, relationships, and personal development so you’ll truly feel happy and fulfilled. Listen in now to know more!
If you use money as the metric of your happiness, then you’ll never really feel that you’re happy. The ceiling will keep on raising up, and you’ll always think that you’re not reaching it.
Having a lot of money, having a nurturing environment, and having a healthy mind, body, and soul can all happen to you. You don’t have to pick one or two from these; you can have it all.
If your pursuit of money is rooted in greed, power, and selfishness, then you’ll never be happy. But, if you want to get more money so you can help others, then you’ll achieve not only happiness but also fulfilment.
“Most of the time, you’ll probably be happier when you’re rich.”
“You need way more money than you used to to be happy and be comfortable.”
“Fulfilment is ‘Do you love what you do and do what you love.’”
“The more you build, the more you get to give away.”
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ABOUT THE HOST
Rob Moore is the host of the UK’s no. 1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur,” as well as an entrepreneur, property investor, property educator, and holder of 3 world records for public speaking. He is also the author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, and the global bestseller, Life Leverage.
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