At 87% we know that when we are able to measure things and put them into the context of others, we empower ourselves and can often make small changes that make big differences. We have embraced common thinking and distilled the complexity of mental wellbeing into seven dimensions that we can all relate to. This allows people to gain an understanding of where they are in each dimension and explore the unique properties of each.
Our scientific team developed a unique model backed by hundreds of studies that measures both hedonic (happiness and satisfaction) and eudaemonic (meaning and purpose in life) wellbeing.
Measuring where we lie on a spectrum of mental wellbeing empowers us with knowledge, and allows us to maintain it as regularly as we monitor physical health.