There is no secret to the fact that improving one’s ability to focus will bring around numerous benefits. Apart from the canonical healthcare benefits, such as diminishing anxiety and depression symptoms, training and improving one’s ability to focus can improve the overall quality of life, not to mention boost performance parameters.
As employee safety, health and well-being are productivity predictors, when discussing about personal and individual performance it is important not to overlook the potential threat of being over-motivated, over-engaged and over-attached to work, to the point of disrupting one’s personal functionality.
According to the 2013 World Happiness report, Denmark is the happiest country in the world. The study rated the current state of people’s living, and Denmark scored 7.693, on a scale from 0 to 10, where 0 stands for the worst possible life and 10 for the best.
Happiness is an aspiration of every individual, but it can also represent a measure of social progress. In July 2011 the United Nations General Assembly took a historical step, by inviting member countries to measure the happiness of their people. One year later, the first “World Happiness Report” was launched and now these reports rank world’s countries using the happiness factor every year.