There are a few qualities that set high achievers apart from the rest of us, a new study has found.
Commissioned by Chobani, The Healthy Habits of Australian High Achievers, has surveyed 800 successful and everyday Australians to find out what habits and traits makes a person a “high achiever”.
After studying a range of work and lifestyle aspects, high achievers were found to outscore non-high achievers on every measure tested.
The study found that 65% of high achievers ranked eating a nutritious meal and getting at least 7 hours sleep each night as the two most equally important activities of every workday. It was also revealed that successful people place a higher importance on socialising, professional development and exercise than non-high achievers do.
Here are ten of the most noteworthy differences between a high achiever and a non-high achiever – and what you should probably do more of if you want to be more successful.
66% of high achievers agreed that a healthy body equals a healthy mind; compared to 48% among non-high achievers.
31% of high achievers scan the online news for headlines as part of their morning ritual; compared to 12% of non-high achievers.
20% of high achievers do some form of exercise as part of their morning ritual; compared to 18% of non-high achievers.
65% of high achievers do social activities several times a week; compared to 58% of non-high achievers.
62% of high achievers spend time with family several times a week; compared to 56% of non-high achievers.
25% of high achievers are also more likely to go on a date at least once a week; compared to 18% of non-high achievers.
6% of high achievers are also more likely to go out and stay out until 3am at least once a week; compared to 4% of non-high achievers.
52% of high achievers have sex at least once a week; compared to 44% of non-high achievers.
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