Last updated on 24th May 2023
What gets measured, gets managed. Peter Drucker
If one's going to put a good deal of effort into measuring and so better managing something, then it's important that what one is measuring is significant. The earlier (and first) blog post in this series - Background & importance of a three month vitality project - highlights several reasons why nourishing zest & vitality is likely to be very worthwhile. So how can one measure one's level of zest/vitality and how track whether the things we do to try to increase this very important quality are actually helping or not?
Well, in psychology & health, self-assessment questionnaires are a convenient & very widely used approach. And now, with the blossoming of wearable health focused technology (smart watches & so on), there is another fairly easily accessible monitoring approach available with these as well.
So first what self-assessment questionnaires might one use to track zest & vitality?
More to follow ...