I’ve written quite a bit about how I use goal-setting with students, and write even more extensively about it in my upcoming book.

In fact, I have a “The Best…” list on it — My Best Posts On Students Setting Goals.

I recently learned about a study that has concluded:

The results provide preliminary support for the view that (a) goal setting and planning skills have a causal link to subjective well-being and (b) that such skills can be learned to enhance well-being.