Here are all our Quan dimensions and sub-dimensions defined!
An individual’s perception of their thoughts and feelings.
An individual’s perception of their physical condition.
An individual’s perception of having close interpersonal relationships.
An individual’s perception of fulfilment of their potential and talents.
An individual’s perception of their life having purpose, value and coherence.
Focusing your attention without becoming distracted.
Generating new ideas, solutions or possibilities.
A happy, hopeful and confident mental state.
The physical or mental reaction to feeling threatened, under pressure, overwhelmed or unable to cope.
Experiencing worry, unease or concern.
Intentionally bringing your attention to your body, mind, feelings and surroundings.
A situation in which something is unknown.
Experiencing emotional, physical and/or mental exhaustion due to continuous stress.
Physical activity to keep your body healthy.
Your food and drink intake and the way it influences your body.
A strong feeling of wanting something (such as a substance or experience).
The process of returning to a normal or un-stressed state of health, mind or strength.
A resting state in which your body is not active and your mind unconscious.
The extent to which you accept and like your own body.
Aches and pains
Any physical pain or discomfort.
Your connection with the people in your life.
The emotional, physical or mental assistance you receive from others to help you cope.
The emotional, physical or mental assistance you give to others to help them cope.
The feeling of being acknowledged and valued.
The feeling of acceptance, inclusion and being an important member of a particular group (e.g., family, school, work environment).
A pleasant feeling of happiness and contentment with your life.
Your satisfaction with the level of balance between your work and personal life.
Your belief and confidence in your own ability and value.
Feeling fully involved and invested in a task or situation.
The self-development that comes from continuously learning, changing, and becoming better.
The feeling of having a reason for doing what you do.
How aligned your actions are to your personality, beliefs and personal values.
The importance and usefulness of your actions in producing something, achieving something or making something successful.
The degree to which you believe life, or events, will have a positive outcome.