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Pause for Life

You may be very proud of your driven, almost compulsive personality. After all, it’s responsible for your present success. It may, however, be causing problems you don’t realize. According to Clayton M. Christensen in “The Bottom Line on Happiness,” which appeared in the February ’11 Reader’s Digest, “People who are driven to excel have this unconscious propensity to underinvest in their families and overinvest in their careers, even though intimate and loving family relationships are the most powerful and enduring source of happiness.”


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