Episode 75 – How To Feel Truly Fulfilled With What You Do To Achieve Real Success

Released on December 21st, 2020
The definition of happiness is very relative, each person gives it the nuance with which they most identify.⁣
But the truth is that happiness comes only from ourselves, how we feel, how we evolve, and the decisions we make…⁣
To be happy it’s very important to work on ourselves, that is always the first step. Take the time to be alone, reflect, and realize the changes you must make in yourself, from that moment you will begin to work harder on yourself than on your job. If you don’t push yourself to the best you can be, you can’t give the best to others.⁣
That’s where you can not expect anything… Unfortunately, when you are waiting for something, people don’t come to reach you and don’t get the impact you want to make in their lives. We have to be completely given in all aspects of our life, and always keep in mind that the more you work the more you will have…⁣
So, no worries… Make people feel like you care… All this is about listening and talking to people as transparent, and honestly as possible. Always keeping in mind the concept of integrity and unconditional love; people will be interested in what you got to say and give to the world.⁣
These and many more are the tips that Harry Needham gave us in this episode of the Resilient Minds Podcast.⁣
Harry Needham has scaled his personal brand on Instagram to over 90,000 followers and leveraged it to grow his social media marketing agency and his own coaching programs alongside this. Through content creation, paid advertisement (specifically Facebook Ads), and page management, he helps people to scale up, acquiring customers they never knew existed and retaining current clients for longer to boost their revenue.⁣
If you want to know more about how to be happy with yourself and with others around you, stay until the end of this podcast and remember:⁣
It’s not even about the money or the clients, it’s just about feeling happy with what you do, feeling fulfilled.⁣
-Harry Needham