The most common objections to happiness at work and why they are wrong. Part 2.

Objection #4. People don’t know what will make them happy.

Objection #5. People are different, they love different things, so we can’t make everybody happy at work.

Objection #6. If you are happy at work and lose your job you will be sad.

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