One of the regular mailings I get is the “Motivational Quote of the Day” from Nightingale-Conant. In today’s political and economic climate, truer words have never been spoken:
"Look to the present. The great disease of 'I will be happy
when ...' is sweeping the world. You know the symptoms.
You start thinking: I'll be happy when I get that ... BMW ...
promotion ... status ... money. The only way to cure the
disease is to find happiness and meaning now."
— Marshall Goldsmith: a world authority in management