July 27


Try this simple tool to gauge your happiness and figure out how to improve it

By Peter Julian

Improving your level of happiness is a goal that most of us would fully embrace. There’s a lot of literature that can give you useful techniques in order to help yourself release the inner potential on your quest for increased happiness, but few of these books deal with extraordinary situations like global pandemic we experienced. Although we were spending a lot of time at home, it felt like we did not have time to enjoy life even in its most simple things.

Key Takeaways:

  • A Personal Moral Inventory focuses on four areas: productivity and profit, people, planet and purpose.
  • Score yourself on these categories with a -1, 0 or 1 and don’t add the scores together.
  • For any category that isn’t a 1, commit to improvement and then reassess later on.

“Three hundred years later, however, those measures of success, economic growth, and productivity are no longer working.”

Read more: https://www.fastcompany.com/90651713/try-this-simple-tool-to-gauge-your-happiness-and-figure-out-how-to-improve-it?partner=feedburner

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