I started my career in law, and back then, I clerked for Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on the Supreme Court -- certainly one of the highlights of my working life.
When I was writing my book The Happiness Project, I asked her, "What do you think is the secret of a happy life?" I was surprised by her answer, but as I thought about it, I've understood more and more what a good answer it is.
Do you agree that "Work worth doing" is a key to a happy life? What do you think that means, exactly? I suspect that Justice O'Connor takes a very broad view of what counts as "work" that's worth doing.
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