Ansell Casey, co-founder of the life skills analysis and consulting company LifeWorks, says there’s no “one answer” for what life skills to acquire.
Casey’s research shows that if you focus on those skills that you know are important, you can learn and improve quickly.
But what if you don’t know the answer yet?
Here’s a list of the 15 most important life skills.1.
Get good sleep2.
Get adequate rest3.
Use a fitness tracker4.
Get enough sleep5.
Be active to help you deal with stress6.
Don’t be afraid to go for a walk or ride a bike7.
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