"Bottom line: It's probably best to set your alarm for a specific time and get up then."
Stop prescribing advice and start helping people come up with their own solutions.
Setting goals might be easy, but sticking to them? That's when it gets tough.
A new study discovered that lack of purpose leads to earlier death.
- In a study of nearly 7,000 individuals, those without a sense of purpose were more likely to die sooner.
- Interestingly, those without meaning were more likely to die of cardiovascular disease.
- Simply put, purpose produces better health.
Don't wait for happiness — start there instead.
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