Do you ever wonder if it really is greener somewhere else? According to Gallup research and fastcoexist.com, it could be. Here’s a list of the top ten and bottom ten states to live in based on emotional and physical health, basic access, healthy behaviors, work environments and general well-being.
- New Hampshire
Bottom 10: Nevada, Indiana, Louisiana, Ohio, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi, Kentucky, West Virginia
In life and in business, you do get more of what you focus on so I pay attention to reports like this one. I like to meet, hang out with, and learn from people who are smart, successful, and happy. When I read reports like this one, I will search for factors that I can adopt in Philadelphia or seek out during my travels.
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