Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Measure Your Well-Being


This just came from my colleague, Laurie Nadel:

Measure your own well-being at http://www.nationalaccountsofwellbeing.org/engage/survey.html

This survey comes from the New Economic Forum (UK), Cambridge University Well-Being Institute, and European Social Survey. Answer the questions and it gives you a spider-web shaped chart that is your "well-being" profile. You can compare your profile to people in other countries.

The New Economic Forum wants Parliament and other European governments to consider well-being as an indicator of true wealth...at least as important as the GNP! Seems the rest of the world is moving beyond the US in terms of innovative thinking, eh?

Photo of New Mexico sunrays by Jon Driscoll, Pecos, NM

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