capstone question - in my life and how it has made me a...

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The first question that I chose was: You are prepping for an interview for a job in a field in which you have had no training or experience whatsoever. You decide to list for yourself five items—qualities, life events, or achievements—that will indicate to the interviewer that you are prepared to succeed in any field. What are they? The qualities that I would list would be that I am a people person, a great team player, and I love to learn. In pretty much any job you have to be a team player and you have to deal with other people on a daily basis. I think those are two traits or qualities that every employer looks for when hiring someone. The fact that I love to learn is an added plus because it means that I will be open to doing different jobs. For my life events I would probably bring up the death of my brother, but not focusing on the negative. I would talk about how I made it into a positive thing
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Unformatted text preview: in my life and how it has made me a stronger, better person. As far as achievments I would talk about graduating from high school and making it through basic training in the Air Force. The second question that I chose was: You are at your graduation dinner. Your best friend or favorite relative stands up and talks about your five most significant strengths that contributed to your successful graduation from college. What do you think they are? I think these would be as follows: 1. My ability to adapt in any situation 2. My willingness to succeed no matter what obstacles come my way 3. My intellegence 4. That I am a hard worker 5. My devotion to school and my school work Personal Mission Statement: To live my life by my standards; do not try to make others happy, live for myself....
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This note was uploaded on 05/28/2010 for the course GEN/105 AAGN0N2OI2 taught by Professor Carolwillett during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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