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Does Money Really Make You Happy?

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6m 23s
Language:  English
Many people in Jay’s network who are rich don’t seem to be fulfilled. Many people ask why they’re not fulfilled when they have so much money. Here Jay explains and discusses his view on why this is.
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KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Some people who are given wealth are never happy because they don’t and never have lived up to their parent’s success thus makes them feel guilty for sharing so much of their success.

  • There are a lot of studies that the third generation are usually the ones who lose their family’s wealth.

  • We’re all here for a limited time so live your life to tell your story and experience things that other people haven’t.

  • Always be looking to grow, look for opportunities and overcome new challenges because it’s a way of creating your own stories. A lot of people love seeing people struggle then come back successful.

  • If you’re going through a tough time, don’t forget that people who have a lot of wealth, do have other challenges.

  • The short answer is ‘Yes’ a lot of people that are wealthy struggle to be happy because they struggle with fulfilment and growth.

About the Author
Jay

Jay Dhillon

For the past 22 Years, Jay Dhillon has grown businesses from start-up to success and helped many others do the same. With limited savings, he grew his first business to 500 contract staff, winning major clients including Land Rover, Jaguar, Toyota and New Look.

In 2013, Jay was able to sell his business to a London based investment firm. Jay has gone onto further success since the sale, creating a strong business brand with his companies and helping others do the same. His skills in leadership, building teams, handling difficult situations are some of the lessons he shares with others in the audio book lessons.

In recognition for Jay’s work with the Prince's Trust, one the UK largest business mentoring charity programmes. His achievements were marked with a personal invitation to meet Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace.