23 May Youthful happiness and later success!
Higher levels of self-confidence and happiness translate into a higher income, according to a new study that suggests positive self-esteem offers a big payoff.
The analysis of about 7,000 people found that those with high opinions of themselves as young people earned more in middle age than those with less confidence. And lead author Timothy Judge, a management professor at the University of Florida in Gainesville, says the widest gap was among those from privileged upbringing.
From this I think we can conclude that the benefits of helping our young people to experience happiness are considerable. Click here to read more.