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All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think, we become. – Buddha
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Mind Wellness Worksheet
This is an opportunity for you to identify and practice some of your unique strengths. A strength is something that you do naturally well. Research shows that if you practice your strengths on a regular basis, you will not only increase your happiness level, but also build a more satisfying life.
Identify some of your strengths. If you cannot identify any on your own, ask a co-worker, friend or family member to help you or go to wwwauthentichappiness.com which offers a free strength finding test.
Which one of your core strengths did you use today?
I encourage you to take your two top strengths and practice them on a daily basis for the next 2 weeks. If any problem or challenge arises, use one of your strengths to either cope or solve it. For example, if patience is one of your strengths, then then think of how patience may help you either cope or solve the problem.