The Japanese company Yakult which conducted the poll discovered that 84 percent of young people believe they’re failing to “live their best life” whereas 30 percent said they thought they are stuck in a rut.
Overall, 36 percent of Brits (of all ages) would give their lives a complete re-do if they had the chance.
The survey also found that across all age groups, 51 percent of respondents said that they believe they were born to be as happy as they can be, while 37 percent said that they thought it that their main task was to make others around them happy. 31 percent said that they believe humanity’s purpose should be to do good.
83 percent feel they would achieve greater purpose if they could contribute more to their local community.
Two thirds of them admit to feeling jealous of colleagues and friends who seems to have their entire world in order.
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And according to the study of 1,500 Brits, the biggest barrier to finding purpose and achieving greater happiness is a lack of finances (45 percent).
The average Brit spends over half an hour (34 minutes) a day dreaming of a better, more fulfilled life.