Below are several FREE resources to expand your talents and your knowledge.

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Quick reference tipsheet

Click the image to download the complete Quick Reference sheet for all the talents. A great little reminder to have around when needed.

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Practical Strengths Quick Reference Parenting


All the Coaching Questions found in the book in one place!

There are two options for download, both are PDF.

  • Printable: for handwriting your answers (my recommendation)
  • Fillable: Write directly into the sheets in Adobe.

Sheets are color coded for each domain and include the Quick Reference Statements as well.

Suggested Uses:

  • For your own reflection
  • As conversation starters for your family
  • As a coaching tool for others

 Sample Pages:

Practical Strengths Workbook

Recommended Reading: Parenting

All of these books will expand your knowledge, especially around developing yours and your child's strengths. Books are sourced and listed as Amazon links - but are NOT affiliate links. I do not make money from these links.

StrengthsFinder 2.0

The CliftonStrengths© Assessment that started it all. Code to take the assessment is included in the purchase.

CliftonStrengths© for Students

Designed for students ages 15 - university. Code to take the assessment is included in the purchase.

strengths-based parenting

Designed for parents with younger children. Codes for both adult & child assessments are included in the purchase.







Your Child's Strengths

Hands down my favorite book for helping parents navigate their child's strengths. Great activities for ALL ages - in fact, I suggest doing them with your child and comparing notes.




For parents who are keen to start spotting their child's strengths, StrengthsExplorer (SE) is a 78 question assessment designed for children 10-14. Honestly, I do think you can start as young as 8, but parents know their children best.

You can buy the book OR you can just visit and purchase the assessment directly there.

PRO TIP: I highly recommend taking SE as an adult as well. It helps us understand how our own talents might show up in these 10 broader domains of SE.


Enjoy this collection of graphics created with the Quick References Tipsheet.

Suggested ways to use them:

  • Share them on social media, starting a conversation with others
  • Use them as wallpaper on your phone, tablet, or computer
  • Print them out and hang them in a place where you’ll see them regularly
  • Share them with family members
  • Create a collage with other family members

Thought of another way to use them? Let us know! Sharing is caring. smile

Instructions to download:

  1. Click on photo and it will enlarge
  2. Right click on enlargement and “Save As Image”


Click on button to download a zip file of all 34.

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