Sub Logo

Dr K K Aggarwal

Leverage your strengths

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , , , | | Comments Off on Leverage your strengths

  1. Know your strengths.
  2. According to a British study, only about one-third of people have a useful understanding of their strengths.
  3. If something comes easily, you may take it for granted and not identify it as a strength.
  4. If you are not sure, ask someone you respect who knows you well, by noticing what people compliment you on, and by thinking about what comes most easily to you.
  5. Strengths which most closely linked to happiness are gratitude, hope, vitality, curiosity, and love.
  6. Strengths are so important that they’re worth cultivating and applying in your daily life, even if they don’t come naturally to you.

Leverage your strengths

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , , , | | Comments Off on Leverage your strengths

  1. Know your strengths
  2. According to a British study, only about one–third of people have a useful understanding of their strengths.
  3. If something comes easily, you may take it for granted and not identify it as a strength.
  4. If you are not sure, ask someone you respect and who knows you well, by noticing what people compliment you on, and by thinking about what comes most easily to you.
  5. Strengths which are most closely linked to happiness are gratitude, hope, vitality, curiosity, and love.
  6. Strengths are so important that theyre worth cultivating and applying in your daily life, even if they dont come naturally to you.

(Disclaimer: The views expressed in this write up are my own).

Leverage your strengths

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , , , | | Comments Off on Leverage your strengths

• Know your strengths

• According to a British study, only about one–third of people have a useful understanding of their strengths.

• If something comes easily, you may take it for granted and not identify it as a strength.

• If you are not sure, ask someone you respect and who knows you well, by noticing what people compliment you on, and by thinking about what comes most easily to you.

• Strengths which are most closely linked to happiness are gratitude, hope, vitality, curiosity, and love.

• Strengths are so important that they’re worth cultivating and applying in your daily life, even if they don’t come naturally to you.

Leverage your strengths

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , , , , , , , | | Comments Off on Leverage your strengths

• Know your strengths • According to a British study, only about one–third of people have a useful understanding of their strengths. • If something comes easily, you may take it for granted and not identify it as a strength. • If you are not sure, ask someone you respect and who knows you well, by noticing what people compliment you on, and by thinking about what comes most easily to you. • Strengths which are most closely linked to happiness are gratitude, hope, vitality, curiosity, and love. • Strengths are so important that they’re worth cultivating and applying in your daily life, even if they don’t come naturally to you.

Leverage your strengths

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , , , | | Comments Off on Leverage your strengths

1. Know your strengths.

2. According to a British study, only about one-third of people have a useful understanding of their strengths.

3. If something comes easily, you may take it for granted and not identify it as a strength.

4. If you are not sure, ask someone you respect who knows you well, by noticing what people compliment you on, and by thinking about what comes most easily to you.

5. Strengths which most closely linked to happiness are gratitude, hope, vitality, curiosity, and love.

6. Strengths are so important that they’re worth cultivating and applying in your daily life, even if they don’t come naturally to you.

Leverage your strengths

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , , , | | Comments Off on Leverage your strengths

• Know your strengths.

• According to a British study, only about one-third of people have a useful understanding of their strengths.

• If something comes easily, you may take it for granted and not identify it as a strength.

• If you are not sure, ask someone you respect who knows you well, by noticing what people compliment you on, and by thinking about what comes most easily to you.

• Strengths most closely linked to happiness are gratitude, hope, vitality, curiosity and love.

• Strengths are so important that they are worth cultivating and applying in your daily life, even if they do not come naturally to you.

Leverage your strengths

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , , , | | Comments Off on Leverage your strengths

• Know your strengths

• According to a British study, only about one-third of people have a useful understanding of their strengths.

• If something comes easily, you may take it for granted and not identify it as a strength.

• If you are not sure, ask someone you respect who knows you well, by noticing what people compliment you on, and by thinking about what comes most easily to you.

• Strengths which most closely linked to happiness are gratitude, hope, vitality, curiosity, and love.

• Strengths are so important that they’re worth cultivating and applying in your daily life, even if they don’t come naturally to you

Leverage your strengths

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , , , , , | | Comments Off on Leverage your strengths

• Know your strengths
• According to a British study, only about one-third of people have a useful understanding of their strengths.
• If something comes easily, you may take it for granted and not identify it as a strength.
• If you are not sure, ask someone you respect who knows you well, by noticing what people compliment you on, and by thinking about what comes most easily to you.
• Strengths most closely linked to happiness are gratitude, hope, vitality, curiosity, and love.
• Strengths are so important that they’re worth cultivating and applying in your daily life, even if they don’t come naturally to you.

Leverage your strengths

By
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , , , , | | Comments Off on Leverage your strengths

1.       Know your strengths

2.       According to a British study, only about one-third of people have a useful understanding of their strengths.

3.       If something comes easily, you may take it for granted and not identify it as a strength.

4.       If you are not sure, ask someone you respect who knows you well, by noticing what people compliment you on, and by thinking about what comes most easily to you.

5. Strengths which most closely linked to happiness are gratitude, hope, vitality, curiosity, and love.

6.  Strengths are so important that they’re worth cultivating and applying in your daily life, even if they don’t come naturally to you.

Instruments For Obtaining A Spiritual History

By
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , | | Comments Off on Instruments For Obtaining A Spiritual History

 

Tool

Domains

Examples of content

HOPE* H: Sources of hope H: What gives you hope (or strength or comfort or peace) in the time of illness?
O: Organized religion O: Are you a part/member of religious or spiritual community? Does it help you? How?
P: Personal spirituality and practices P: What aspects of your spiritual beliefs do you find most helpful and meaningful personally?
E: Effect on medical care and end-of-life issues E: How do your beliefs affect the kind of medical care you would like me to provideover the next few days/weeks/months?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: Am Fam Physician 2001; 63:81-89.