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Are You Happy?

In this Show

Grant and Elena Cardone offer tips on how they balance between their commitment to their children, their high profile business endeavors and each other.

Today they are talking about: HAPPINESS.

Grant: http://twitter.com/grantcardone
Elena: http://twitter.com/elenacardone

People are searching for something they don’t even understand. There are almost 15,000 books on Amazon about Happiness. Pharrell Williams’ CD “Happy” was the best selling album of 2014.

Grant is seeking a meaningful life, not a happy life.

Key differences between meaningfulness and happiness:
1. Getting what you want versus what you need
2. Past, present and future
3. Social life—spending time with family increases meaning; spending time with friends increases happiness
4. Struggles and stress—highly meaningful lives encounter a lot of negative events

Join them every Wednesday, LIVE, at 1pm EST where they out their motto of “stick and stay it’s bound to pay.”

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