TEDx Albany: The Remarkable Power of Doing Things You Hate
We live in a world of happiness projects, following one’s bliss and trying to figure out which socks spark the most joy. And while constant elation sounds great, the quest for it is ultimately exhausting and disappointing.
It turns out, the key to a rewarding life does not lie in organizing the cutlery, or even in doing the things you like.
What we desperately need more of, is misery. By willingly and wholeheartedly embracing loathsome activities, far better than things can be accomplished than mere happiness.