Monthly Archives: April 2014

Temporal focus, where do you spend your time?

While exercising this morning I contemplated what direction I would take with the blog stream on Positive Psychology that I’m currently writing. I considered writing about mindfulness. And then it hit me!! I was being anything other than mindful about … Continue reading

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Using your strengths to give you direction

How did you get on looking at your own strengths? Did you use the on-line questionnaire or did you work out your own labels? Did you rely on your own analysis or did you ask for feedback from others? All … Continue reading

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Acknowledging your Strengths, get too big for your boots!

In our culture, and by our culture I mean UK and much of Europe, we are reluctant to “blow our own trumpet”. We are taught this is “big headed”, boastful and arrogant. Sadly this often results in people feeling uncomfortable … Continue reading

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Finding your strengths, recognising what is right with you

This week I am continuing my new thought stream re-visiting Positive Psychology. I studied this topic at the University of East London when I attended the first European based Positive Psychology Masters Degree. One of the things I love about … Continue reading

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