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[Infographics] Happiness In Entrepreneurship – Deborah Tan

The traditional standard for measuring success is often using money and the accumulation of luxury goods. What many people are doing are SEEING SUCCESS. But the material trappings of success and wealth may not actually reflect the true happiness one feels about his or her job. As an entrepreneur, I’m definitely earning way less than I used to. However, the past six months have seen me using my time to help a friend’s social enterprise deliver food to youths at risk, train for a half-marathon, learning to bake, and still earn money doing what I love most. It has been a challenge not being able to buy shoes and dresses whenever I walk past Zara but at the same time, life is more fulfilling. As the year draws to a close, I hope you will think about embarking on the entrepreneurial journey! If you’ve been dreaming about starting your own business or, just simply, breaking free from the corporate world, I strongly encourage you to follow your dreams! I hope this infographic will spur you on to taking that first step.

And being Happier definitely leads to a Richer life!

And being Happier definitely leads to a Richer life!

About The Author: Deborah Tan is a founder of Material World. After 10 years of working in magazines Cleo and Cosmopolitan Singapore, she is now a freelance writer/editor who works on this website full-time. She likes liquid eyeliners, bright red lipsticks, tattoos, rock & roll, Mad Men, and Suits. The Material World team is running their first half-marathon together this Sunday, so please wish them luck! Follow her on Twitter @DebTanTweets.


One thought on “[Infographics] Happiness In Entrepreneurship – Deborah Tan

  1. In pursuit of true personal happiness, I agree that accumulation of luxury materials shouldn’t be in the equation. Thanks for highlighting that being an entrepreneur do not mean able to earn more, it just that you have more control over your time for things that matter. Simple happiness! Thanks for sharing!


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