The old cliché says that money can’t buy you happiness.
Some new research suggests the reverse might be true, though: being happier might mean you make more money.
Basically: people who experienced more positive daily emotions and had a generally more positive outlook while they grew up made more money by age 29.
Workplace expert and career coach Brandon Smith explains why this makes sense (and what you can still do to capitalize on the idea).
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