May 21, 2015
In this episode, I share the information gathered in a study done in the 1970's to find out why people weren't happier as their incomes increased in the United States. Out of this came something called The Easterlin Paradox.
I talk about why we buy things and what we're actually seeking when we do.
Things are never part of you, but experiences are. When you pass-on, you will leave all of your things here on earth, but take everyone one of your experiences with you.
Shared experiences are an incredibly powerful part of all relationships. Because experiences become part of who I am and you're experiences are part of who you are, our shared experiences connect us at a deeper level.
It's incredibly difficult to compare experiences. We do this all the time with "things" we own, but your experiences are unique to you and can't be compared. I discuss why this helps add value to your experiences.
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