From a teenager studying for their exams to an employee succeeding at work, thriving can be seen at all ages and across all cultures.
Until now and despite plenty of theories, there has been no agreement on what makes a person thrive or on how people can try and ensure they do.
In the simplest terms, what underpins it is feeling good about life and yourself and being good at something.”
Dr Daniel Brown, a sport and exercise scientist at the University of Portsmouth, has pulled together all the research on what makes people thrive, from studies of babies and teenagers, to studies of artists, sportspeople, employees and the elderly, and has come up with the first definitive catch-all.
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