Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Linking goals and well-being

1) Choosing realistic and attainable goals is associated with well-being.


2) Those who think they can control the ways in which their goals proceed possess higher levels of well-being than those who lack sufficient belief in personal control.


3) Individuals who receive support from significant others, such as family and friends report higher levels of well-being than those who report less support.


4) People who report high levels of commitment and involvement in their goals exhibit a high level of well-being.




With these 4 points stated, I will end be defining just what a state of well-being is:


Well-being is the condition of good physical and mental health, maintained by sufficient exercise, proper diet and healthy, meaningful life habits.

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