Want a healthy, happy, fulfilling and long life? This 75 year-old study has some important lessons for you. And the lessons are not that you need to be rich and famous or reach the top of the corporate ladder.
In case you don’t have time to watch the entire speech, here are the key take-aways:
Robert Waldinger sums it up well in just one sentence, “The clearest message we get from this 75-year study is this, good relationships keep us happier and healthier, period.”
The three important lessons learned from the study:
And one final quote, which explains why I would share this with you on this blog and why we discuss this frequently in our workshops and coaching programs, “The people who were the most satisfied in their relationships at age 50 were the healthiest at age 80.”
What will you do this week to lean into relationships with your family, your friends, your community? Please share your commitments in the comments section below.
Wishing you success in all aspects of life,
Founder and President
Smart Health Wellness and Performance