How to Create Compounding Successes
In their careers, people often believe they can achieve happiness once they’ve attained success. But would you believe research shows that’s actually backward? When we pursue happiness, we are more likely to become successful.
The impact you can have on others works in the same way. Some people think that once they’re really successful, once they’re superstars, they can start giving back to their communities or shining their light on others on their teams. The research shows this view, too, is directionally wrong.
Reaching your greatest potential doesn’t operate in a single direction at all. Instead, it works as a positive feedback loop whereby successes among those around us create a cascade of compounding successes, what I call a “virtuous cycle.” Learn all about it HERE!
(Article by Shawn Achor)