What is your Purpose? Getting Healthy, Facilitating Self-Driven Causes, and Connecting People With Inspiration
Getting close to life is always in itself an experience. As we move towards a better life, this is often paired with a sense of understanding the value of one’s life and a meaningful purpose within it.
From this belief, our lives become much better.
Whether these feelings follow or precede the desire to become healthier, the whole health dialogue will know this is paramount to our overall well-being.
In 2018, the idea of purpose saw more people with a better quality of life. The Research Institute for the Study of Living showed that by simply defining your purpose, you’re 63 percent more likely to stay active and reach your goals than those who don’t define.
In 2018, the year of Purpose, if you’re very aware of your purpose and what you’re doing in your life, you’re 61 percent more likely to feel life is going well.
What is your purpose?
What does this all mean?
Organizations such as United Health Foundation are focusing on this issue, with their purpose-based grant grant idea. They’re hoping to support 1 million people achieve a better quality of life in 2018.
According to their research, identifying a cause is strongly correlated with getting healthier. By connecting with other people that share a similar belief, you’re more likely to work towards a common goal.
To find others that share your values and goals, take advantage of the “How Good are You List” available from Everywhere Happy People.
“Whether it’s finding or sharing a cause that aligns with your values, finding a purpose, a way to meaningfully and consistently engage with others, or finding or sharing opportunities to engage in and around your passion or passion-driven passions”, the website explains.
Amongst the overall results, social activism brought the most natural results to health.
Why is doing good in the world and becoming healthier linked?
Obviously, this is an important topic in our current market, and it remains a prominent one. Increased awareness on why it’s so important to be healthy can also mean more of us are doing what we can to make ourselves and our world a better place.
Beyond this, there are other qualities that include staying active, staying positive, becoming friends with a cause you care about, sharing life experiences, connecting with people, and simply staying alive for longer.
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