Tuesday, March 15, 2016

And now in 2016

I was watching the ted talk by Martin Seligman, and decided to take the test on authentichappiness.org — only to find that I actually took it five years ago! I took it again anyway, and my scores really changed. 

My top five character strengths in 2011 were:
1. Citizenship, teamwork and loyalty 
You excel as a member of a group. You are a loyal and dedicated teammate, you always do your share, and you work hard for the success of your group.

2. Kindness and generosity 

You are kind and generous to others, and you are never too busy to do a favor. You enjoy doing good deeds for others, even if you do not know them well.

3. Curiosity and interest in the world 

You are curious about everything. You are always asking questions, and you find all subjects and topics fascinating. You like exploration and discovery.

4. Appreciation of beauty and excellence 

You notice and appreciate beauty, excellence, and/or skilled performance in all domains of life, from nature to art to mathematics to science to everyday experience.

5. Capacity to love and be loved 

You value close relations with others, in particular those in which sharing and caring are reciprocated. The people to whom you feel most close are the same people who feel most close to you.


And now, in 2016 (guess which ones I kept?):

1. Appreciation of beauty and excellence

2. Fairness, equity and justice
Treating all people fairly is one of your abiding principles. You do not let your personal feelings bias your decisions about other people. You give everyone a chance.

3. Judgement, critical thinking and open-mindedness
Thinking things through and examining them from all sides are important aspects of who you are. You do not jump to conclusions, and you rely only on solid evidence to make your decisions. You are able to change your mind.

4. Love of learning

You love learning new things, whether in a class or on your own. You have always loved school, reading, and museums-anywhere and everywhere there is an opportunity to learn.

5. Curiosity and interest in the world


I recommend y'all watch the TED talk/ do the test! It has many questions, but it's fun :)


Shakira - try everything

2 comments:

  1. LOL I gave up halfway the test was too long x__x obviously I'm not one who finishes everything I start xD

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  2. HAHA just finishing the test is a test on its own... Yeah, it was long T.T

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