Grit, happiness and life satisfaction among professionals: a correlational study.

@inproceedings{Khan2017GritHA,
  title={Grit, happiness and life satisfaction among professionals: a correlational study.},
  author={B. Khan and A. M. Khan},
  year={2017}
}
It is commonly observed that people who are consistent towards their goals and wants to achieve them are commonly happy and satisfied with their lives because they are academically successful, paving the path for a lucrative future. We also observed that these individuals tend to be happier and satisfied with their life as a whole. Therefore this research is co-relating the level of grit with higher level of happiness and life satisfaction among 100 professionals; like doctors, teachers… Expand

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