There is no single key to life satisfaction. Think instead of a recipe with many ingredients. Social relationships and personal goals based on one’s values play crucial roles in developing a strong sense of satisfaction.
With time and persistence, people can become more satisfied. Individuals who have experienced a loss tend to recover over time. Those with dissatisfying relationships or careers often introduce changes that will make them happier. When someone tends to be chronically dissatisfied, they can ask themselves how to develop more positive attitudes to life and the world. As you will see in this report, your assessment results will tell you a lot about your level of life satisfaction and how to increase it.
Understanding your life satisfaction starts with recognizing some of its components. To give you personalized guidance, we have measured three factors that contribute to life satisfaction. Each of these factors comprises seven areas.
The areas that contribute to this factor are self, spirituality, learning and growth, leisure, material property, family bonds, and moral code.
The areas that contribute to this factor are social position and prestige, political influence, culture, social welfare, political freedom, social equality, and economic well-being.
Professional or Personal Performance:
The areas that contribute to this factor are performance at school, performance at work, performance in a significant role, physical fitness, mental strength, intellectual capacity, and social capability..
The graphic below indicates the three factors that contribute to life satisfaction as measured by the quiz. Green represents a strong factor for you; yellow or orange indicates a factor that you might need to work on.
In addition to this summary a complete and personalized guidance report is available by registering with Talent Transformation. The personalized guidance report also links you to worksheets to help you develop your satisfaction with life.