When we join two or more nouns with 'and', we usually use plural verbs, as in
Lara and Pete decide to get married.
I know there are exceptions. For example, when we think of them all as one thing.
But what about in this sentence?
Doing what you like and being satisfied with your career help/helps you feel better outside your workplace.
Are both correct depending on whether we consider them as a single unit or separate things, or is only one verb form correct?