Narrative of Strengths and Weaknesses

Narrative of Strengths and Weaknesses - Courtney Morris...

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Courtney Morris Narrative of Strengths and Weaknesses Throughout my years of experience communicating with a myriad of different people, I have learned that there are challenges everyone will face, and each individual handles situations differently. In school and in the workforce it is important to communicate effectively. Though I still have many life lessons to learn ahead of me, I have recently learned that people-to-people connections are vital. Dale Carnegie mentions many principles that he implements to help people in business and everyday life to most effectively communication, become a leader and resolve conflict. Each individual has an array of strengths and weaknesses that they utilize when completing tasks or assignments. Though no one is perfect, realizing your weaknesses is the first step to striving for perfection. After reading Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People , I became more aware of my flaws and learned new ways to practice fixing them. Carnegie makes a wide range of suggestions that I often times find myself referring back to when I realize that I am in a situation that I know I am not handling to the best of my ability. Many people do not realize how critical or judgmental they really are until they stop and
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course ENC 3250 taught by Professor Sanders during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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