After feeling stuck in where he was in life, Alexander Heyne started his own business and began searching for success. He sacrificed many aspects of his personal life in order to achieve success so that he could later use that monetary success to fund important things in life like bills, a family, and dreams of seeing the world. Time passed and he realized that not only had he not achieved this illusive success, but he was a lot less happy than when he started. The next step was then to go looking for happiness, until he realized that maybe this active search for happiness may be key to the problem.
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