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Perceived Progress

Perceived progress is the sense of moving forward or making strides towards a desired goal or outcome. It is often linked to happiness because the feeling of progress can provide a sense of purpose, accomplishment, and fulfillment.

Studies have shown that people who feel like they are making progress towards a meaningful goal tend to report higher levels of happiness and life satisfaction. Additionally, even small steps towards a goal can create a sense of momentum and motivation, which can further contribute to happiness and well-being.


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