Marshall: I see nearly everybody struggle with this. Whether you are a janitor or a billionaire, you want a happy life. But no matter how wealthy you are, you are likely looking for happiness in the wrong place.
Geoff: The wrong place to look is the incessant pursuit of money or fame or extrinsic achievement or getting, getting, getting anything that may or may not happen in the future, right?
M: That’s the great Western disease—I’ll be happy when. When I make a certain amount of money. When I get an award. When I complete some task. [Continue »]