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The science of character

2 March 2014

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We’re relatively tolerant here at The Scan and certainly optimistic so we like this project.

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The Science of Character explores the fascinating research behind character development — science that proves that if you focus on certain character strengths (self-control, courage, curiosity, optimism, enthusiasm, to name a few), and encourage others to do the same, it leads to happiness and well-being.

So, what are your character strengths and what would you like to develop? It turns out if you’d like to develop your wisdom, find your strengths in creativity, curiosity, love of learning, and perspective; for courage: your bravery, perseverance, honesty, and enthusiasm; for humanity: love, kindness, and social intelligence. And, if you know others who would like to do the same, find out how you can help them develop the strengths they currently have.

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