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I use photography as an expression of my top strength, Appreciation of Beauty and Excellence. Many of the photos you see on Coaching Positivity are from my personal gallery.
How do you creatively express your top strengths?
Strengths and Virtues
Curiosity, Love of Learning, Creativity, Open-Mindedness, Perspective
Authenticity, Bravery, Persistence, Vitality
Kindness, Social Intelligence, Love
Fairness, Leadership, Citizenship
Forgiveness, Prudence, Self Control, Humility
Hope, Gratitude, Humor, Spirituality, Appreciation of Beauty and Excellence
For more information
See Character Strengths and Virtues: A Handbook and Classification, 2004, by Christopher Peterson and Martin E.P. Seligman
Coaching Positivity Glossary
The science of positive aspects of human life such as happiness, well-being, and flourishing.
It is perhaps best summarized by Dr. Martin Seligman, "The scientific study of optimal functioning (that) aims to discover and promote the factors that allow individuals and communities to thrive."
Described by renowned researcher Dr. Barbara Fredrickson, positivity inspires “How to embrace the hidden strength of positive emotions, overcome negativity, and thrive.”
Watch your life sparkle when you embrace positivity life-enhancers: Joy, Gratitude, Serenity, Interest, Hope, Pride, Awe, Amusement, Inspiration and Love.
Want More Happiness Now?
Take a magnifying glass and honestly look at your relationships.
"One of the strongest predictors of happiness is the quality of a person's interpersonal relationships. Happy people report strong support, and they spend time and effort nurturing and maintaining their relationships." Dr. Sonja Lyubomirsky
Or as Dr. Chris Peterson so simply yet profoundly said, "Other people matter."