It’s a simple concept: the good stuff in life is in between what we think is important. Interactions with our kids while we prep lunch, interruptions by coworkers we’ve known for years, the brief glimpse of nature on our commute to work, I could go on forever.
- Petting a dog. Any dog.
- Eye contact and a genuine smile.
- Solving problems that tap into our great minds.
- Dancing and music.
- Feeling of helping others.
Nowhere in there is our career, what kind of house we live in, our status, or power.