What are the characteristics of people who socioeconomically thrive & are even highly successful
in socioeconomic downturns? What makes some people ignore so-called socioeconomic precarious times, not using it as an excuse to find work, to embark on careers, & even starting their own businesses? Why do so many people use precarious socioeconomic times & downturns as an excuse not to find employment or to become successful but to merely accept things as they are?
In order to thrive you have to have a feeling of satisfaction. So in order to thrive, you have to first appreciate the things you have, while striving to maintain that level of wealth, and possibly increasing it.
It does not matter how much you have if you are not appreciative of it. You have to appreciate what you have, or more will leave you at the same level of satisfaction.
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