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BLOG: Must a successful person be automatically happy?

In the first of this year's blogs, Martin Krekáč, chairman and founding partner of Jenewein Group, addresses leadership in the context of success and happiness. In the documentary series about the life of Robbie Williams from Netflix, there was an interesting sentence, which the British pop star was told by those around him at the time of his declining mental condition. YOU CAN'T BE SAD WHEN YOU'RE SUCCESSFUL. This film story has thus amplified the importance of the topic of mental health. An issue that concerns not only people from show business, but also, for example, company owners or top managers, whom those around them automatically perceive as successful, and therefore satisfied and happy. But is this always the case?