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From childhood we’re typically taught to follow the path.by@sssfRyan

From childhood we’re typically taught to follow the path.

by Ryan White4mJanuary 11th, 2016
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From childhood we’re typically taught to follow the path. I’m sure everyone reading this is familiar with it: go to college, get good grades, get a job. We’re generally taught that this path unequivocally leads to success and with it, happiness. For many it does, but the path is well-worn and often blows past necessary stops when on the path to self-actualization. That is after-all, what we’re all really after: self-actualization. I’d make the argument that you can’t have true success without it, but that often gets ignored. Without self-actualization there is no fulfillment, and without fulfillment there is no true success because there is no true happiness.

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