What you cannot measure, you cannot improve. It’s important to measure your hope regularly to monitor your progress in developing hope skills. While there are many scales for hope, we use the Children and Adult Snyder Hope Scales to measure hope, as they have been used in many studies on hope. By taking the Snyder Hope Scale regularly, you can begin to see the link between hope and outcomes in every area of your life.
Hope is a journey, as you move forward, your hope levels will rise and fall. That’s okay. If you practice your hope skills regularly, not matter how hopeless life seems in the low moments, you will always have a way back to hope.
We ask that you measure your hope, and encourage all those in your community to measure hope, so we can start tracking hopefulness in individuals around the world. Measure your hope often to see how your score changes over time.
Understanding your strengths is important for creating and maintaining hope. Focusing on your strengths can help you manage your stress response, cultivate positive thoughts, and focus on the future.
Take a moment to learn more about your strengths by taking the free VIA Character Strengths Survey here:
Disclaimer: The scores on these self-assessments do not reflect any particular diagnosis or course of treatment. They are meant as a tool to help assess your level of hope. If you have concerns about your current wellbeing or health, you are encouraged to share your results with a physician or healthcare provider. Innovative Analysis, LLC sponsors, partners, and advertisers disclaim any liability, loss, or risk incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, from the use and application of these measures.