Donald O. Clifton invented the Clifton StrengthsFinder and was a major influencer in the world of Strengths-Based Psychology. Most people are familiar with Strengths Finder 2.0 because of the little red book by Tom Rath. This online assessment you access by an individual code found in the book (ie not helpful if you get a second hand copy). Many leaders (from the public and private sector) hand out this book in an effort to increase performance in their organization.
The main idea is that by focusing on an employees strengths you can increase engagement at work. There are also implications for a better overall quality of life being reported.
Well, I believe it. I recently reviewed my Strengths Finder 2.0 and I couldn't help but beam with pride as I looked at my strengths.
My top five and the interpretation of them are as follows:
These traits absolutely describe me! Please share your Strengths Finder 2.0 results in the comments.
Wallace Wattles wrote the book "The Science of Getting Rich" in 1910 and it remains a great read for anyone looking to improve their relationship with money. I have read my paper copy once this year and am listening to the Audio version as I write this. I still have a way to go in order to be where I want to be financially but I am also far far from where I was when I first listened to this book.
Over the weekend I was thinking about the timeless question "If money were no object, what would I do?" I have quite the list going of things to hold in my mind.
This brings me to a list of writing prompts to help you think more deeply about your relationship with money:
Do you have money relationship questions to share? Make a comment.
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