We can help you to develop and define your Core Positive Characteristics.

We use the specific definitions provided below for each. A balanced adult displays and support these positive characteristics.

The intent is to assist in keeping you focused on your positive character traits, so as to leverage them and take action as only you can, in the pursuit of positive impact and growth in your life and the lives of others.

List of Core Positive Characteristics:

Accepting – Able or willing to accept something or someone.

Admiring – Feeling or showing esteem and admiration for someone or something; warm approval.

Brave – Ready to face and endure danger, pain, difficulty or challenges; showing courage; courageous, fearless, valiant.

Confident – Feeling or showing confidence in oneself; self-assured; self-confident.

Cooperative – Involving mutual assistance in working toward a common goal; collaborative.

Creative – Relating to or involving the imagination or original ideas, especially in the production of an artistic work.

Curious – Eager to know or learn something.

Decisive – Having or showing the ability to make decisions quickly and effectively; settling an issue; producing a definite result.

Determined – Having made a firm decision and being resolved not to change it; processing or displaying resolve; purposeful, resolute.

Disciplined – Possessing discipline; self-control, showing controlled behavior.

Dynamic – Positive in attitude and full of energy and new ideas; energetic, active.

Empathetic – Showing an ability to understand and share the feelings of another.

Enthusiastic – Having or showing intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval; passionate.

Fair – Impartial and honest; free from self-interest, prejudice, or favoritism; just, equitable.

Flexible – Ready and able to change so as to adapt to different circumstances; adaptable, accommodating.

Focused – When a person pays particular attention to something; to concentrate attention or effort.

Forgiving – Ready and willing to forgive; compassionate, merciful, humane.

Generous – Showing kindness toward others; showing a readiness to give more of something, as money or time, than is strictly necessary or expected; giving.

Genuine – Truly what something is said to be; authentic; real, actual, original, true.

Grateful – Feeling or showing an appreciation of kindness; thankful; appreciative, indebted.

Happy – Feeling or showing pleasure or contentment; cheerful, content, joyful.

Hardworking – Tending to work with energy and commitment; diligent.

Honest – Free of deceit and untruthfulness; sincere; truthful, direct, candid, forthright.

Hopeful – Feeling or inspiring optimism about a future event.

Humorous – Having or showing a sense of humor; causing laughter or amusement; funny; amusing, laughable, comical.

Independent – Free from outside control; not depending on another’s authority; not depending on another for livelihood or subsistence; self-sufficient.

Intelligent – Having or showing intelligence, especially of a high level; brilliant, bright, sharp.

Kind – Having or showing a friendly, generous, and considerate nature.

Loving – Feeling or showing love, affection, great care or warm regard; affectionate.

Loyal – Giving or showing firm and constant support or allegiance to a person or institution; faithful, devoted.

Modest – Unassuming or moderate in the estimation of one’s abilities or achievements; unpretentious, humble.

Motivated – Provided with a motive; having an incentive or a strong desire to do well or succeed in some pursuit; inspired, driven, encouraged.

Nurturing – To take care of, feed, and protect someone or something, and help him, her, or it to develop; help or encourage.

Open-Minded – Willing to consider new ideas; unprejudiced.

Optimistic – Filled with hope and confident about the future.

Organized – Having one’s affairs in order so as to deal with them efficiently; orderly.

Outgoing – Friendly; socially confident; unreserved, extrovert.

Patient – Able to accept or tolerate delays, problems, or suffering without becoming annoyed or anxious.

Perceptive – Having or showing sympathetic understanding or insight; notice and understand things that many other people do not.

Polite – Having or showing behavior that is respectful and considerate of other people.

Positive – Constructive, optimistic, or confident.

Practical – Of or concerned with the actual doing or use of something rather than with theory and ideas; likely to succeed or be effective in real circumstances; hands-on, pragmatic.

Relaxed – Free from tension and anxiety; at ease.

Reliable – Consistently good in quality or performance; able to be trusted; dependable.

Reserved – Slower to show emotions or offer opinions; more quiet, private.

Resilient – Able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions; tough.

Respectful – Feeling or showing deference and respect.

Responsible – Having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role; accountable.

Sensitive – Having or displaying a quick and delicate appreciation of others’ feelings; careful; delicate; diplomatic; subtle.

Serious – Acting or speaking sincerely and in earnest, rather than in a joking or halfhearted manner; earnest, sincere, wholehearted.

Skilled – Having or showing the knowledge, ability, or training to perform a certain activity or task well.

Spiritual – Sacred and spiritual connection of the spirit; relating to, consisting of, or affecting the spirit; sacred matters, religious values, virtues and beliefs.

Steadfast – Resolutely or dutifully firm and unwavering; committed, dedicated.

Strong – Having or marked by great physical or intellectual power; having great resources (talent); powerful.

Thoughtful – Showing consideration for the needs of other people; showing careful consideration or attention; caring; understanding; sympathetic.

Thrifty – Using money and other resources carefully and not wastefully; frugal, prudent, economical.

Tolerant – Showing willingness to allow the existence of opinions or behavior that one does not necessarily agree with.

Trusting – Showing or tending to have a belief in a person’s honesty or sincerity; not suspicious; trustful, unsuspecting.

Increase your self confidence by changing your moment-to-moment thoughts and to help you deal with any past issues that may be holding you back in life.

This hypnosis sessions has been designed to help you to:

  • Achieve a state of calmness.
  • Be more sociable and outgoing.
  • Develop good, positive feelings.
  • Step outside of your comfort-zone.
  • Speak freely and express your views.
  • Foster a better, healthier self-image.
  • Relax and enjoy the company of others.

If you have any questions about our Core Positive Characteristics Hypnosis Sessions please e-mail us here: info@hypnotherapycenter.co.za.

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