This Visual Test Will Determine Your Greatest Strength

This Visual Test Will Determine Your Greatest Strength

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@Jennifer White

This is a fabulous visual test, that will determine your greatest strength.

Find out what your greatest strength is with this beautiful quiz.

The way we see the world is through our mind. Our mind is creating our inner and outer word. Which means that the way we think shows in our feelings (inner world) and our behavior (external world). You know when we get up and feel instantly miserable, and all day long we think there is one disaster after another, and on other days we just see the positive in everything. It is that we decide if we highlight positive or negative in this world. Hence it is so important that you cut out toxic people and invite positive people into your life.


Highlighting your strengths

We all are used to highlight our weaknesses and feed into the lack more than actually acknowledging our strength. We might get used to underestimate what we can achieve and maybe even feel wrong to talk about our strengths. Make a list of your strengths, and what is unique about you this will increase your self-confidence. Do not feel ashamed to acknowledge your good points.


Please, feel free to share your results (your greatest strength) in the comments and share this beautiful quiz with friends and family. Thank you.

About the author

Jennifer White Ad. Dip. Psych. is a global human potential thought leader, blogger, Psychological Therapist with CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) skills, Life Coach and Public and Motivational Speaker. Jennifer White has experience in counselling and coaching people with substance misuse, anxiety and depression. She is currently working as a self-employed Psychological Therapist and Life Coach in her practice, helping people reaching their real potential. She holds public and motivational speeches and shared her ideas with other speakers on the stage of the Celebrate Your Life event in Arizona 2016. She runs successfully her self-development and self-help groups on- and offline.

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