Our Well-being survey defines well being as ‘the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy’.

our well-being survey

The concept is however much more than momentary happiness. Of course, it does include happiness but is also related to the more longterm concepts like:

  • how satisfied people are with their life
  • their sense of purpose
  • how in control they feel

The question is what do you do on a daily basis to make sure you achieve this state. Perhaps we have all become so used to a state of slight discomfort. That slightly hollow feeling in your tummy. Especially when you have to squeeze yourself into another packed train or have to make sure your caffeine levels stay topped up to get yourself through the day.

Try our 25 questions well-being survey

Are you looking after yourself?



I exercise regularly at least 2-3 times each week.

Question 1 of 25


I sometimes forget to schedule some downtime each day.

Question 2 of 25


I know how to say 'no' when I'm already over-worked.

Question 3 of 25


At home and/or at work, what I do adds value.

Question 4 of 25


It is my personal belief that I will achieve most of my goals.

Question 5 of 25


I could devote more time and energy to the most important people in my life.

Question 6 of 25


My exercise regime helps to keep my stress under control.

Question 7 of 25


I invest ample time being around rewarding friends and family.

Question 8 of 25


My diet is well-balanced and includes plenty of fresh food.

Question 9 of 25


I have regular digital detox days.

Question 10 of 25


I use techniques (such as yoga, meditation) to maintain my mental health.

Question 11 of 25


I keep my mobile near my bed for emergencies.

Question 12 of 25


I'm fully responsible for each of my life choices.

Question 13 of 25


I can switch off quite easily once I stop working.

Question 14 of 25


I take action as soon as I realise I'm feeling stressed.

Question 15 of 25


It's a struggle sometimes to prioritise both my working life and my family life.

Question 16 of 25


I need regular days off to refresh my batteries.

Question 17 of 25


I understand the benefits of keeping an open mind to what can happen.

Question 18 of 25


I recognise each of my stress triggers.

Question 19 of 25


I accept others will hold different views and try not to pass judgement.

Question 20 of 25


Even when I'm away from my work, I'm still thinking about what needs doing.

Question 21 of 25


I understand how to achieve the right level of stress to keep me motivated.

Question 22 of 25


My work has meaning to me.

Question 23 of 25


I accept the need for everyone to adapt to change.

Question 24 of 25


I could learn more about what for me represents 'good' and 'bad' stress.

Question 25 of 25


These days, with all our external stressors, it is even more important than before to make sure you look after your own well-being. Well-being obviously has may facets as we are quite complex creatures. Our body, mind and spirit are all things that should be kept in check. 

For this well-being survey, we would like for you to stop for a minute and reflect on your personal wellbeing.

A high level of well-being is a positive state to strive for. Our external world is filled stressors. Most people live a rushed life and the following things have become part of many routines

Stressors that affect your well-being

  • Fast food and eating on the run
  • Caffeine to keep you going. Switching between coffee and energy drinks through the day
  • Being attached to your cellphone. Whether to keep up to date with work emails or social media
  • Not enough sleep
  • Stress from work and keeping up with the world social media portrays
  • Guilt from not being able to spend quality time with your family and friends

There are many tools with which to assess well-being. Whether within your company or on a personal development level. For more insights into meaningful assessments contact Rob Williams Assessment for a comprehensive appraisal.

Also try our other free five-min personality surveys:

Five Minute Personality Surveys

Firstly, How stressed are you feeling?
Secondly, How effective is your decision-making style?
Also, Find out your intelligence type
Plus, Can you Coach Others?
And then our Career Resilience Survey

Finally, How well-developed are your English writing skills.