Flex toward your goals with this strengths worksheet


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The problem with starting a new goal or habit is that it feels new. When we’re inexperienced, it’s natural to feel nervous and even perhaps a little vulnerable. And when we’re really not good at something, it can feel like we’ve never been good at anything. (Or maybe that’s just us.)

But the truth is that there are things that we are good at — we’ve used our strengths to accomplish and achieve all kinds of feats that we never give ourselves enough credit for. And so, as you embark upon a new goal, you should look to your strengths and past experiences again and again to remind yourself of not only what you’ve done, but what you can do.

To help you out with that, we’ve put together this printable strengths worksheet. It will offer you ways to focus on what you’ve already managed to do, how you did it, and what skills and qualities will help make it possible for you to complete your plan again. It’s time to flex!

DOWNLOAD THE PRINTABLE: The strengths worksheet

 

 

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