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pop the strength if you have used it today!

Which strengths have you used today?

Which strengths have you used today?

DONE FOR TODAY

CREATIVITY

CREATIVITY

FAIRNESS

FAIRNESS

HONESTY

HONESTY

JUDGEMENT

JUDGEMENT

Perseverance

Perseverance

FORGIVENESS

FORGIVENESS

SPIRITUALITY

SPIRITUALITY

LEADERSHIP

LEADERSHIP

ZEST

ZEST

PERSPECTIVE

PERSPECTIVE

KINDNESS

KINDNESS

HUMOUR

LOVE OF LEARNING

HUMOUR

LOVE OF LEARNING

HOPE

HOPE

SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE

SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE

APPRECIATION OF BEAUTY AND EXCELLENCE

APPRECIATION OF BEAUTY AND EXCELLENCE

SELF-REGULATION

GRATITUDE

SELF-REGULATION

GRATITUDE

HUMILTY

HUMILTY

PRUDENCE

PRUDENCE

CURIOSITY

CURIOSITY

TEAMWORK

TEAMWORK

LOVE

LOVE

BRAVERY

BRAVERY

LEADERSHIP

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DONE FOR TODAY

QUOTE OF THE DAY

  • Appreciation of Beauty & Excellence
  • Bravery
  • Creativity
  • Curiosity
  • Fairness

  • Gratitude
  • Honesty
  • Hope
  • Humility

  • Humour
  • Judgement
  • Kindness
  • Leadership
  • Love

  • Love of Learning
  • Perseverance
  • Prudence
  • Self-regulation

  • Social Intelligence
  • Spirituality
  • Teamwork
  • Zest

DON'T FORGET TO SPOT STRENGTHS IN YOURSELF AND OTHERS

Teamwork means being dedicated to your group's success, whether it's a sports team, family, or friends working on a project. It also means being a good citizen and showing social responsibility. If you're strong in teamwork, you're reliable and committed to helping your group succeed in any situation.

Teamwork

Fairness is about treating people justly and without bias, giving everyone an equal chance. It's believing in equal opportunity for all, while understanding that fairness can look different for each person.

Fairness

Social intelligence means understanding others' feelings and motives and knowing how to act appropriately in different social settings. It's about being comfortable and saying the right thing, whether you're at school, work, or with friends. Social intelligence involves being aware of others and knowing how to interact effectively.

Social Intelligence

Gratitude means appreciating what you have and expressing genuine thanks to others. It not only inspires kindness but also strengthens your connections with people, fostering empathy and positive relationships.

Gratitude

Judgment involves making rational choices by analyzing ideas, opinions, and facts. It's about critical thinking, weighing evidence fairly, and being open-minded to different perspectives. Judgment helps us avoid faulty thinking and consider all evidence, even if it challenges our beliefs.

Judgement

Humour is finding the funny side of situations and sharing it with others, making social interactions smoother and teams stronger. It's not always necessary, but it adds positivity and helps us cope with tough times. It's about making people smile, staying cheerful, and finding the lighter side of things.

Humour

Leadership is about organising a group to achieve goals and keeping everyone happy. Effective leaders inspire others and solve problems. There are two types: those who clarify responsibilities (transactional) and those who motivate others to do their best (transformational).

Leadership

To be brave is to face your challenges, threats, or difficulties. It involves valuing a goal or conviction and acting upon it, whether popular or not. A central element involves facing – rather than avoiding – fears.

Bravery

Humility means accurately recognising your accomplishments without bragging or seeking attention. It's about having a balanced view of yourself, acknowledging your mistakes and imperfections while still feeling good about who you are. Humble people don't need constant praise or attention, and they don't try to make themselves look better than they really are.

Humility

Forgiveness is about understanding and releasing hurt caused by others. It's like giving ourselves and others a fresh start, moving forward without holding onto negative feelings. By forgiving, we humanise those who hurt us and pave the way for happier, healthier relationships.

Forgiveness

Appreciation of Beauty & Excellence means noticing and valuing beauty, excellence, and skill in various aspects of life, from nature to art to everyday experiences. It's about being awed by physical beauty, inspired by skill or talent, and motivated by moral goodness.

Appreciation of Beauty and Excellence

Creativity means coming up with new ways to do things. It's about making original ideas or actions that are also useful or adaptable. For example, writing a blog post that's just gibberish isn't creative because it's not helpful.Real creativity has two key parts: originality and usefulness. A creative person thinks of unique ideas that positively impact their own life or the lives of others.

Creativity

Kindness is about being nice to others, like sharing, helping, and listening to them when they're upset. It's also about caring for and doing nice things for people because you want to, not because you have to. Kind people are good at understanding how others feel, thinking about what's right and wrong, and taking care of their community.

Kindness

Zest means tackling life with excitement and energy, never doing things halfway. People with zest are eager to start their day and live life like an adventure. This strength boosts both physical and mental wellness and is strongly linked to overall happiness and engagement in life.

Zest

Love of learning is about having a passion for learning simply for its own sake. It's not just about seeking new information but also deepening your existing knowledge. It's a strength that helps you persist through challenges and setbacks.

Love of Learning

Self-regulation is about controlling your emotions and actions. If you're good at self-regulation, you confidently believe in your ability to achieve your goals and handle disappointments well. It helps you stay balanced and make progress in life. Think of self-regulation like a muscle: it can get tired if overused, but it gets stronger with regular practice.

Self-regulation

Perspective is about seeing the bigger picture in life. It helps you focus on what truly matters instead of getting stuck on small details. When you listen to others, perspective helps you think about life lessons and give good advice. It’s not the same as being smart; it’s about understanding different sides and making thoughtful decisions.

Perspective

Hope means having positive expectations for the future and believing you can achieve your goals. It's more than just feeling good; it involves taking action and finding ways to succeed. Optimistic people see challenges as personal and solvable, while pessimistic people see them as external and temporary.

Hope

Love as a Character Strength, not just an emotion, means valuing close relationships and contributing to them in a warm and genuine way. Unlike kindness, which can be shown to anyone, love as a strength focuses on how you treat your closest friends and family. It's about both giving love and being open to receiving it.

Love

Perseverance means sticking with things, being hardworking, and finishing what you start, even when faced with obstacles. It's about finding pleasure in completing tasks and projects, even when it's tough. Perseverance involves organising yourself to stay on track, but when things get tough, it helps you push through until you reach your goal. This builds confidence for future successes and achievements.

Perseverance

Prudence means being careful with your choices, thinking before you act, and considering the consequences of your actions. It's about avoiding unnecessary risks and not doing things you might regret later. It involves both long-term planning and short-term decision-making, and it's often called cautious wisdom or practical reasoning.

Prudence

Being honest means speaking the truth and being genuine without pretending. It's about taking responsibility for your feelings and actions, and being consistent in how you present yourself across different parts of your life. Being honest allows you to stay true to yourself and align your actions with your values.

Honesty

Spirituality is about finding meaning and connection with something special or sacred. It can be experienced in moments of forgiveness, awe, or kindness. It's the belief that there's more to life than what we can see, and it's something people from all cultures share, even if they call it different names.

Spirituality

Being curious means enjoying exploring and discovering new things simply for the sake of it. It's about seeking novelty, being open to experiences, and building knowledge. Whether it's trying new food, visiting a new place, meeting someone new, or researching a question online, curiosity fulfills our desire for new experiences and information.

Curiosity