New study shows life longevity can come from serving

A new study has shown that when people donate their time to others they find more time in their schedules and live longer than those who do not serve.

Cassie Mogilner, assistant professor of marketing at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, told The Harvard Business Review about the benefits serving can have on someone’s well-being.

“The explanation that emerged in our results is that people who give time feel more capable, confident, and useful,” Mogilner said.”

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