Rather than striving for hedonic well-being (happiness), you may be better off working on eudaimonia — the sense that you’re living a life of purpose. The lion’s share of well-being goes to those who focus on building meaning into their lives, writes physician Dhruv Khullar. A sense of life purpose has been tied to better sleep and a lower risk of dementia, stroke, and heart disease. Even better, you can build a sense of purpose at any time in life. Have conversations about what’s meaningful to you, and perhaps find activities in support of that purpose. Who knows? You might end up happy anyway.
Dear Association Executive:
Looking for the missing link to explosive membership growth? It’s member ROI at your core. Learn to calculate, prove and communicate your organization’s member ROI and prove to the non-members in your industry/profession that membership in your organization is a smart business decision.
What has your membership organization done lately to make membership COMPELLING within your industry?
If people are not joining your organization it is generally because they do not see the personal value to themselves or to their companies. Beware of the loss-of-relevance paradigm. https://lnkd.in/gSH2Pjs