Use your Signature Strengths to reach your goals, build resilience, and boost military wellness

Signature strengths help you stay motivated, energized, and true to yourself when you put them into action. They enable you to perform at your best. Use this worksheet to boost your willpower, performance, and engagement by applying your signature strengths to your professional or personal goals.

To learn more, read HPRC’s article on signature strengths or review our worksheet to further explore how you use your signature strengths. Take a look at HPRC’s article on the WOOP goal-setting strategy and the SMART goals planner to find out more about goal setting too.

Published on: March 11, 2021

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