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Social Well-Being

What Thriving Social Well-Being looks like is a woman with close relationships that help and support her achieve, enjoy life, and be healthy. She purposefully surrounds herself with people who champion her development and she spends a significant amount of time fostering and developing close friendships. She is thriving when she makes time for social gatherings but not too many where she is too busy for the deepest and most intimate relationships in her life. She is careful not to let her social circle include “emotional vampires” who deplete her of energy – rather – she takes enough time to practice self-care while setting healthy boundaries with those around her.

  • Who you hang out with can determine your happiness by 15%

  • You will only be 10% richer or poorer than your closest 10 friends

  • We are embedded in social networks in any society or culture

  • You are 61% more likely to smoke if you live with a smoker

  • If your friend/mate is obese, you are 57% likely of becoming obese (eating buddies)

  • The importance of a “mate” – some say we are meant to be coupled as women. Do you agree?

  • To have social THRIVE we need 6 hours of social time per day

Dr. Tracey Adams

Meet Tracey

Dr. Tracey Adams has been teaching emotional intelligence within corporations and academia for over thirteen years. The evolution of her own personal work has sharpened her purpose of guiding other powerful women on the journey of self-discovery, personal power, and well being.

Partnering with the Well-Being experts at Gallup – this curriculum is transformational both in content and design. Her doctorate research (also in partnership with Gallup) explored the correlations of emotional intelligence and leader effectiveness. Tracey can be found in Portland, Oregon where she is raising two amazing teenagers, and facilitates emotional intelligence retreats for women and corporate teams.

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