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‘What comes first: Happiness or success?’

By France24
30 March 2022   |   4:27 pm
Happiness may breed success rather than the other way around, according to a new study. Researchers found happy people are generally successful in relationships, work, and health; this success is more often than not a result of their positive emotions rather than vice versa.

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