Your Personal Strengths
Below are your scores for each of the 24 personal strengths. Each strength is scored in terms of a percentage of the total possible points for that strength.
Note: You should not expect to have high scores in every one of the strengths! Most people have a few strengths where they score very highly, many strengths where they score in the midrange, and some strengths with low scores. Your range of scores on the different strengths is a reflection of your individuality.
Similarly, you should not necessarily assume that the goal is to improve your low-scoring areas. In fact, research suggests that you will be more successful if instead you focus on using your key strengths—that is, your highest-scoring strengths—as often and in as many areas of your life as possible. In other words, if you’ve got it, flaunt it!
Strengths of Intellect
Strengths of intellect involve using your mind and intelligence for creativity, learning, and wisdom.
Strengths of Self-Management
Strengths of self-management relate to regulating one’s emotions, thoughts, and behavior to produce desirable results.
Strengths of Joy
Strengths of joy are related to the capacity to feel strong positive emotions and a sense of higher meaning and purpose in life.