Author, speaker, coach, and teacher, always looking for good ways to apply positive psychology in every day life.
Kathryn Britton, MAPP, is Managing Editor for Positive Psychology News and co-editor of the three books in the Positive Psychology News series. Kathryn is an executive and writing coach. She also teaches Managing Project Teams to graduate project management students at the University of Maryland.
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This is a great introduction to the science of why character strengths matter along with some practical tools on how to go about using those strengths in service to our families and communities so we can experience a deeper sense of joyful flourishing. In this book, Shannon Polly and Kathryn Britton walk us through each of the 24 character strengths identified by the VIA Institute on Character that was created by Martin Seligman and Christopher Peterson. In our Note, we take a quick look at all 24 virtues and explore some practical ways to apply them to our lives TODAY.
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