Purpose is a hot scientific topic today in psychology. Benefits of strong purpose include greater resilience, enhanced emotion regulation, and better
relationships. But purpose affects more than just psychological well-being. Research shows that having a strong purpose improves physical health and
engagement in healthy behaviors.
What’s brand new? In this research dose, we review original research exploring how strong purpose improves decision-making, with implications
for both health coaching and leadership coaching.
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