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Parenting Is your child a 'future thinker' or a 'discoverer?

Recognize your child in this list?

Achieving: Youths especially talented in the Achieving theme like to accomplish things and have a great deal of energy.

Caring: Youths especially talented in the Caring theme enjoy helping others.

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Competing: Youths especially talented in the Competing theme enjoy measuring their performance against that of others and have a great desire to win.

Confidence: Youths especially talented in the Confidence theme believe in themselves and their ability to be successful in their endeavours.

Dependability: Youths especially talented in the Dependability theme keep their promises and show a high level of responsibility.

Discoverer: Youths especially talented in the Discoverer theme tend to be very curious and like to ask "why?" and "how?"

Future Thinker: Youths especially talented in the Future Thinker theme tend to think about what's possible beyond the present time, even beyond their lifetime.

Organizer: Youths especially talented in the Organizer theme are good at scheduling, planning and organizing.

Presence: Youths especially talented in the Presence theme like to tell stories and be at the centre of attention.

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Relating: Youths especially talented in the Relating theme are good at establishing meaningful friendships and maintaining them.

Source: the Clifton StrengthsExplorer for 10- to 14-year-olds, created by the Gallup organization

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