Knowing what something is for helps us know what something is – and pursuing highly demanding careers in business often raises questions of what it’s all about. What are we ultimately working for? What is the relationship between our work and who we are, who we are becoming?
What do you want out of life?
Dr. Amy Orr-Ewing
Studies show that 40% of the anxiety felt by people in the world is focused on things that will never happen. Apparently 30% is related to the past which we cannot change, 12% to other people’s criticism and 10% to health. It is a very curious reality that only 8% of the time do we really worry about concerns that need to be faced in the here and now.