Success Is Not The Key To Happiness Ross Kimbarovsky | December 12th, 2010

“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.”

Herman Cain

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  • I agree with you here. In fact, I’m almost done reading this book about the tremendous power of love and its life-changing effects – if we only embrace it with open arms. Yet, a lot of us think that we’ll be happy if we get this and that…and this is when frustration sets in when these things you expect don’t happen like the way you pictured it. So, I’m singing ‘Don’t worry…Be Happy..’

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