I was listening to the ex Renault/Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn talking about his past and he came up with the statement “You are happy when you are desired” (or something very similar) What do you think? is he right?
I remember being ‘desired’ from the career perspective in my twenties and thirties and less so as i hit my fourties and fifties. Maybe I was happiest in my 20s? Maybe there is a correlation between being desired and being happy. Of course this applies to more than career, if you are not liked or desired by others in a social context that makes isolation a higher risk. maybe this is linked to loving kindness mediation and mindfulness too. enough of my speculation…what is your take on this?