LONDON, November 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —
A quarter of Brits have said they would feel more engaged at work if they took on more challenges at the weekend according to Hyundai (PRNewsfoto/Hyundai) Sophie, aged 32, battled 50mph winds and snow as she scaled 10 volcanic landscapes in under 72 hours in the Hyundai KONA 10 (PRNewsfoto/Hyundai) Research from Hyundai has revealed that a quarter of Brits think they would feel more engaged at work if they took on more challenges One third admit that a new challenge would get them out of a rut with nearly half of those surveyed feeling motivated to take on new challenges in the new year to make life more exciting Leeds and London are the cities which are most in need of a challenge to boost engagement while Glasgow is in the biggest rut, 60% of Glaswegians citing this as motivation for pushing themselves out of their comfort zone Research released to celebrate the successful completion of the Hyundai KONA 10 challenge – where 32-year-old adventurer Sophie Radcliffe battled snow and 50 mph winds to conquer ten of the most iconic volcanic landscapes across the UK and Ireland – in just 72 hours
Research commissioned by Hyundai Motor UK has found that three quarters of Brits have not pushed themselves out of their comfort zone in the last six months – physically or mentally. And it’s cities such as Glasgow, Plymouth and Newcastle that are the biggest culprits.
The survey, carried out by Censuswide, also revealed that more than a quarter of Brits believe they would feel more engaged at work if they took on more challenges, especially in cities such as London and Leeds – with the 1,200 respondents answering the week that it was reported in the Autumn budget that levels of productivity in the UK are low.
When asked what holds Brits back from challenging themselves, more than a quarter cite lack of motivation, while 20% say it’s a time issue.
1. All data taken from Censuswide survey carried out 24.11.17 – 27.11.17
However, as we move towards the new year, more than a third of Brits have admitted they would be motivated to take on a new challenge in