These people with money are basically buying your friends. This gives people with money meaning by knowing that can get whatever they want with their money. Doing things with friends or family, even if it’s not as exciting, makes you happy because it fosters a sense of togetherness and connection between you and other people. Spending money with family or friends can create memories and when you are with the people you care about great things happens. When you shopping with your love ones everyone has a job to do or a responsibly.
I give myself permission to enjoy the good things in life. Abundance is everywhere around me. I am now on the road to success and prosperity. I expect the best and I acquire the best. I was destined to succeed and I do so effortlessly and easily.
It is highly debated, but ultimately incorrect. The closest correlation found on this topic was in a study conducted by Stanford, an Ivy League business school. With their findings, we can concur that the only way money can make someone truly happy, is by spending it in constructive ways to help others. With that, it is safe to say that if someone finds themselves unsatisfied with their live and wealth, that they could use it for the greater good. They should put it into charities, or as simple as buying a friend a meal.
That’s why money is very powerful in some way of our life. It makes people can more understand each other and enjoy from it. As Rubin wrote, “Money can’t buy happiness, but it certainly seemed that people appear fairly well convinced about the significance of money to their happiness.” So I think that money is the basic essential help
It’s a means and an end” (Rubin 291). Some people might interpret that I get my happiness from making money alone, but that wouldn’t be true. My happiness comes from making the people in my life happier and doing what I can for them, so as Gretchen Rubin states, “’Money can buy happiness?’ The answer: no. That was clear. Money alone can’t buy happiness” (293).
Success in our culture unfortunately is based falsely on monetary status. Arthur Brooks puts it this way, “Our market system, which often rewards success with dollars, can create the tendency to confuse success itself with money.” In the end, a feeling of... ... middle of paper ... ...ater than self; and lastly, finding life’s true purpose for yourself. But once again what do you think makes you really happy now? Is your happiness artificial or real genuine happiness? Works Cited Brooks, Arthur C. "Can Money Buy Happiness?"
So the most useful strategy I can think of is keep the investors pacified and investing money, keep the employees happy so they will continue to do a great job. Place a lot of emphasis and aggressively go after the customer who needs the best service, the best looking stores ... ... middle of paper ... ... Summarizing Communication Tactics It can be good to communicate to the investors in a very pompous way because it’s a sign of strength. However, if not really there it can cause a lot of problems in the future. The investors will leave if the money is not really there. The employees will scrutinize also and it’s better to be generous and strong and they hopefully will look back on the company with kindness, look out for the company, realize that they were treated fairly and hopefully they will do the same for the company.
Why so many rich people wanted happiness so desperately? While people always complained about money don’t buy their happiness, in fact money can actually buy us the happiness as long as we spend it on the right spot. We can start gaining our happiness by having stable income and good relationship with people and stop being selfish. As a matter of fact, there is variety ways to be happy but the principle is money doesn’t easily trade us happiness which is the emotional needs. The idea brought out by Stanford Business school that spending money on other people make us more happier than spend it on ourselves, this simple investment allowed us get more from what we spent.
You see, being “happy” is easy for some and harder for others so it really just depends on how you stand emotionally. Money can affect your mood in many different ways, but the main way is being happy. Strangely enough, being “Happy” is an illusion really. It’s neurochemicals that your brain releases and it can be triggered by many things. The neurochemicals are Dopamine,Serotonin, and Endorphins they each work differently and are all used to make the body or mind happy.
Not everyone needs money to be successful. For someone to realize that success is not wishing for material items but is living a content life with healthy and loving relationships is important. It is understanding that money does benefit in some circumstances, however, having too much can be stressful and overwhelming. Many assume money will deliver them happiness, but they need to figure out that it is not. Money provides stress, overwhelmed, and could cause someone to take advantage of all of the money.