Philosophical Character Strengths (Spirit~Resilience)


The philosophical character strengths are contained in the Resilience Quadrant of the Tilt Whole-Person Model and represent a positivity bias for optimism and futuristic possibility. Anchored in character strengths that generate the human ability to adapt to one's environment, the philosophical character strengths are about beliefs that lift the spirit and enable positive energy response despite often dismal circumstances.

Associated with Novelty Seeking.

The 3 Philosophical Character Strengths are: Openness, Inspiration & Creativity.

Instinctual Character Strengths (Gut~Courage)


The Instinctual character strengths are contained in the Courage Quadrant of the Tilt Whole-Person Model and represent a positivity bias for dominating and surviving despite the odds. Anchored in character strengths that generate the human ability to persevere despite risk, the instinctual character strengths are about following one's "gut" instinct about how to compete and thrive in an unfriendly world.

Associated with Persistence.

The 3 Instinctual Character Strengths are: Confidence, Boldness & Integrity

Cognitive Character Strengths (Head~Wisdom)


The cognitive character strengths are contained in the Wisdom Quadrant of the Tilt Whole-Person Model and represent a negativity bias for ensuring that judgment is based on facts and truth. Anchored in character strengths that generate the human ability to study and analyze the facts to form good judgment, the cognitive character strengths are about trusting the "head" to reason through to a logical conclusion when problem solving.

Associated with Harm Avoidance.

The 3 Cognitive CharacterStrengths are: Perspective, Focus & Diligence

Social/Emotional Character Strengths (Heart~Humanity)


The social/emotional character strengths are contained in the Humanity Quadrant of the Tilt Whole-Person Model and represent a negativity bias for ensuring that we will be protected an nurtured by the "tribe" to which we belong because there is safety in numbers. Anchored in character strengths that generate the human capacity for nurturing and group collaboration, the social character strengths are about building strong social networks and systems to sustain us when we are weak and to support our growth to full maturity.

Associated with Reward Dependence.

The 3 social/emotional character strengths are: Trust, Empathy & Likability.


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