17 Jun Surprising Percentage of People Feel Happier After Spontaneous Decisions
via the Good News Network
The average American makes 6,709 spontaneous decisions every year, according to new research.
A brand new survey of 2,000 American respondents found, when including decisions such as getting coffee, trying a new lunch place, taking a nap and the like, the average American will act spontaneously about 18 times per day.
And is acting spontaneously a key to happiness? According to this survey, it may very well be.
The study, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Cub Cadet, found those who considered themselves a “spontaneous person” were 40% more likely to consider themselves a “happy person.”
Not only that, but they were also 38% more likely to feel content and satisfied with their life.
Interestingly, most Americans do consider themselves quite spontaneous, as only about one in six did not think of themselves as such.
But of those surveyed, 72% said they feel happier after when they make a spur-of-the-moment decision in some way.
In fact, of the respondents who did not consider themselves to be spontaneous, one in three said they felt happy right after acting that way…
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