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    filling some space UnitOfPopulation's Avatar
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    The Legatum Personal Prosperiscope


    With a total Prosperiscore of 72%, your prosperity in comparison to others is prosperous.

    Congratulations! You’ve already achieved a reasonably high level of personal prosperity. Based on your responses, we’d like to make a few suggestions of things you could do which could enhance your prosperity even more.


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    You live very close to a major road, which may be convenient, but moving a little further away would improve your prosperity score.
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    Work is important to you, but studies show the benefits of maintaining a good balance between work and leisure.
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    Try reaching out and spending time with your family a little more often, if you can.
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    Money isn't everything, of course, but maybe you should think about finding a job that pays better.
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    You live close to a major airport and while this is convenient, your overall prosperity score would increase if you were to move a little further away.
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    With a total Prosperiscore of 63%, your prosperity in comparison to others is prosperous.

    Congratulations! You’ve already achieved a reasonably high level of personal prosperity. Based on your responses, we’d like to make a few suggestions of things you could do which could enhance your prosperity even more.

    1. You live very close to a major road, which may be convenient, but moving a little further away would improve your prosperity score.

    2. Faith is a very personal matter, but "believing" tends to mean more happiness.

    3. Work is important to you, but studies show the benefits of maintaining a good balance between work and leisure.

    4. Spend more time socialising with friends, family and neighbours, if you can.

    5. Try reaching out and spending time with your family a little more often, if you can.


    Interesting test. I've never thought of myself as prosperous. For some reason the test also thinks I don't have any faith, which is untrue. I think 2km is also a pretty severe cutoff for determining if you live by the sea.
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    With a total Prosperiscore of 62%, your prosperity in comparison to others is prosperous.

    Congratulations! You’ve already achieved a reasonably high level of personal prosperity. Based on your responses, we’d like to make a few suggestions of things you could do which could enhance your prosperity even more.


    1. You feel like you have little freedom of choice over your life, but maybe you can start by addressing some of the factors that are holding back your prosperity. Check out the next page for more details.

    2. Maybe there's a good reason you live close to a landfill, but if you can move away, it will help your happiness score.

    3. You live very close to a major road, which may be convenient, but moving a little further away would improve your prosperity score.

    4. Work is very important to you, but studies show the benefits of maintaining a good balance between work and leisure.

    5. Many people like to live near the coast. What would it take to make a move (unless you're a real mountain person!)?

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    I managed to get a 63% just because of where I live.
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    With a total Prosperiscore of 66%, your prosperity in comparison to others is prosperous.

    Congratulations! You’ve already achieved a reasonably high level of personal prosperity. Based on your responses, we’d like to make a few suggestions of things you could do which could enhance your prosperity even more.

    1. Faith is a very personal matter, but "believing" tends to mean more happiness.
    2. You believe others are unfair - and maybe they are - but try giving them the benefit of the doubt and you may be surprised.
    3. Work isn't so important to you, but studies show the benefits of maintaining a good balance between work and leisure.
    4. Politics is important to you, but don't allow it to stress you out.
    5. Think about joining a sports or art club.

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    With a total Prosperiscore of 69%, your prosperity in comparison to others is prosperous.

    Congratulations! You’ve already achieved a reasonably high level of personal prosperity. Based on your responses, we’d like to make a few suggestions of things you could do which could enhance your prosperity even more.

    Faith is a very personal matter, but "believing" tends to mean more happiness.
    Try reaching out and spending time with your family a little more often, if you can.
    Work isn't so important to you, but studies show the benefits of maintaining a good balance between work and leisure.
    Think about joining a sports or art club.
    Faith is a very personal matter, but the social interaction of attending religious services is beneficial.
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    So basically I need to work more and go to church.

    ugh
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    There's a chance to change the responses after receiving the results.

    I was surprised that earning twice as much, being married and some other change I'm soon expecting, would raise my happines by just 4 points. (was it doing more sports?) Now I remember, it was meeting my family more. I even threw in the option to have more faith or something like that.

    And this is even when I've had very low income for the year, and money is expected to efficiently raise happiness at this level.

    Another, same kind of Finnish test surprised me as well: I'd be just as happy if I didn't use alcohol.
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    With a total Prosperiscore of 59%, your prosperity in comparison to others is about average.

    You’ve scored in the middle of our survey, but based on the answers you’ve given us, we’d like to make a few suggestions of things you could do which could enhance your prosperity even more.
    You feel like you have little freedom of choice over your life, but maybe you can start by addressing some of the factors that are holding back your prosperity. Check out the next page for more details.
    Maybe easier said than done, but having a job will make you happier.
    You live very close to a major road, which may be convenient, but moving a little further away would improve your prosperity score.
    Work is very important to you, but studies show the benefits of maintaining a good balance between work and leisure.
    Try reaching out and spending time with your family a little more often, if you can.



    It should probably be lower than this cause I'm unemployed and living with my mom and step-dad, and I just guessed at how much they make, but I likely overestimated. I do know that they don't make enough money to keep up with expenses, so they're operating in the red and eating up savings, though...
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    With a total Prosperiscore of 71%, your prosperity in comparison to others is prosperous.

    Congratulations! You’ve already achieved a reasonably high level of personal prosperity. Based on your responses, we’d like to make a few suggestions of things you could do which could enhance your prosperity even more.

    • You live very close to a major road, which may be convenient, but moving a little further away would improve your prosperity score.
      Don't care.
    • Faith is a very personal matter, but "believing" tends to mean more happiness.
      False
    • Work is important to you, but studies show the benefits of maintaining a good balance between work and leisure.
      I have a good balance.
    • You are in fair health, but improving your diet and exercise regime would make a positive difference.
      No thanks.
    • Think about joining a sports or art club.
      LOL no.
    This is test is a bunch of religious bologna.
    Between that cigarillo and sticking my finger down my throat to see if I could DT, I feel like puking RN.

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