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Happiness in retirement and exercising signature strengths
Old 03-16-2013, 08:15 PM   #1
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Happiness in retirement and exercising signature strengths

According to positive psychology author Martin Seligman, if one exercises their signature strengths, they tend to live a happier life. I thought I would share this URL to a site where you can answer some questions to find out what your signature strengths are. You don't need to put in your real name or real email address if you don't want to, and they try to sell you a report at the end, but you can just click on the free link. I figured that a lot of the reasons people RE is to increase happiness, so knowing more about your strengths might serve the same goal.

I am able to use my strengths every day on the job, but sort of wonder if I can find ways to continue that once I'm retired (Judgement, Creativity, Curiosity, Love of Learning, Self Regulation). I'll probably find _more_ ways after I RE?

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