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Our assets given to us by God.

Strengths.

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Our driving forces that burn deeply in our hearts.

Passions.

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Our encounters with events and circumstances.

Experiences.

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A useful or valuable quality that is an advantage or resource.

Asset.

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A multidimensional arrangement that correlates two or more qualities in a single item.

Matrix.

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A quality or feature that is inadequate or defective.

Weakness.

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Capacity to respond to or be susceptible to sensory stimuli.

Sensibility.

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Beyond ordinary or common experience, thought, or belief.

Transcendental.

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Sensations experienced when one is stirred internally from non-physical forces.

Feelings.

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The interaction of elements in such a way that when combined they produce a total effect that is greater than the sum of the contributions made by the individual elements.

Synergistic.

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The perspective that focuses upon eliminating weaknesses in order to achieve success.

Liabilities based.

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The perspective that focuses upon the leveraging of strengths in order to achieve success.

Assets based.

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When focusing upon eliminating weaknesses, an individual will likely not fail, but instead of achieving success what is the likely outcome of their efforts?

Mediocrity.

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What does the chapter discuss as the best way to address our weaknesses?

Leveraging strengths (both ours and others who can assist us).

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A _____ perspective looks at the many areas of strengths as possible when looking at our uniqueness. This approach is advocated by Howard Gardner, a psychologist at Harvard University who proposed a theory he called _____.

Holistic, multiple intelligences.

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Intelligence in the areas of words and language.

Linguistic.

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Intelligence in the area of self-awareness.

Intrapersonal.

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Intelligence in the areas of logic and numbers.

Mathematical.

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Intelligence in the areas of sound and rhythm.

Musical.

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Intelligence in the areas of image and space.

Spiritual/Visual.

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Intelligence in the area of other people's feelings.

Interpersonal.

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Intelligence in the area of body movement control.

Kinesthetic.

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One of the five strengths given as the domain on the strength matrix that gives the capacity of your life that enables you to correctly experience and use feelings and sensibility.

Emotional.

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One of the five strengths given as the domain on the strength matrix that gives the capacity of your life that enables you to exercise your will in deciding on courses of action.

Psychological.

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One of the five strengths given as the domain on the strength matrix that gives the capacity of your life that enables you to discern and respond in service to transcendental supernatural inner leading of God.

Spiritual.

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One of the five strengths given as the domain on the strength matrix that gives the capacity of your life that gives your body distinct features and enables you to perform actions with your body.

Physical.

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One of the five strengths given as the domain on the strength matrix that gives the capacity of your life that enables you to acquire knowledge and develop wisdom.

Intellectual.

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One of the four crucial dimensions that allow you to rate your five strength domains:
Frame of mind you develop and adopt reflecting your beliefs and values concerning a strength domain.

Attitude.

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One of the four crucial dimensions that allow you to rate your five strength domains:
Capabilities and features in a strength dimension that came into your life without your own doing.

Gifts.

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One of the four crucial dimensions that allow you to rate your five strength domains:
Abilities you develop in a strength dimension through repeated practice.

Skills.