Obliquity - achieving happiness indirectly

In 2010 John Kay wrote an article for the FT called Obliquity. It proved so popular that it became a best selling book.

Obliquity is the concept that to achieve what we want to do we should aim for other things - we achieve our goals obliquely.

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