The Dark Side Of Successful People

Do you often dream about success? What do you see in those dreams? Money, luxury cars, a big house, a good career? You may look at successful people and wish you could switch places with them. On the outside, they seem like they have it all, and it seems like they lead perfect lives. But on the inside, there could be an unspoken of, well hidden darkness. You may be surprised to find out that success often comes with a high price. Writer: Stela Kosic Script Editor: Isadora Ho Script Manager: Kelly Soong VO: Amanda Silvera Animator: Ira Alifia YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong References: Beware of The Dark Side of Success. (2018, March 19). Leadership. Clanon, J. (2018, February 2). The Dark Side of Success: Dealing with the Organizational and Emotional Complexities of Growth. The Systems Thinker. Company, T. (2018, July 21). The Unintended Consequences of Being Successful. Talley & Co. Dill, G. (2018, March 23). The Brutally Honest DARK Side Of Success Nobody Wants To Talk About By Gallant Dill. Medium. Transcript: alugha Click here to see more videos:

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