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You love having conversations about what matters most to someone else.
You have a strong sense of personal ethics and integrity.
You know how to build trust within a conversation.
You are learned about human dynamics, yet also call on your finely-tuned intuition.
You can put your ego out of the way when helping others.
Spirituality and science are compatible topics for you.
You frequently read articles, books, and even research papers about positive psychology.
You’ve taken one or more courses on positive psychology or plan to do so soon.
You love personal development and personal growth.
You’ve taken coach-specific training courses or plan to do so soon.
You want to change the world in positive ways.
You practice mindfulness, positivity, and/or gratitude regularly.
You are ready to work tirelessly for the profession of your dreams.
You love studying the neuroscience of positive growth.
You have above-average emotional intelligence.
You ask more than you tell.
Focused linear thinking comes as naturally to you as does holistic big-picture thinking.
You’ve consciously adopted a positivity bias and understand the benefits and drawbacks of it.
You’re not happy every minute, but you generally feel good about your life.
You integrate mind, body, and spirit.
You naturally acknowledge people.
You listen more than you talk.
Empathy and compassion are two of your strengths.
You welcome the rigors or professionalism and are a creative pioneer, as well.
You help people be their best rather than just heal.
You have the courage to ask challenging questions.
You take excellent care of yourself.
You’re passionate about helping people.
You understand that strengths and values energize people, while unmet needs tend to drain them.
You understand that virtually all goals are stand-ins for the goal of happiness.
You know that happy people are good people.
You want to join a profession that expresses your highest values.
You know that both too little positivity, and too much, can increase problems.
You’re naturally curious.
You know that positivity and success are correlated.
You love that psychology now focuses on what is working well instead of just what is wrong with people.
You can adapt positive psychology interventions to new situations.
You know that over-helping can be a disservice to others.
You want to do well by doing good.
You understand that everyone is trying their best.
You understand that credentials matter in positive psychology.