StrengthsQuest[1]

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Megan Minner Communication Includer Woo Significance Positivity
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After taking the test and reading the chapters with descriptions of my strengths, I found myself agreeing with all of them. I do believe that some of the strengths are a little more extreme then I emit, however, the targeted application surprises me in how accurate it is. My five strengths are: Communication, Includer, Woo, Significance, and Positivity. The hardest part about identifying the five strengths was trying to rate them in significance to myself. I feel that all these strengths really defined who I am and how I am trying to pursue my life. It is ironic, but not surprising to me how my first strength found is Communication. I know, and was confident that Communication is my most acknowledgeable strength and easiest to identify- this is one of the reasons I chose it as my major. According to the definition, people who resonate with a strong Communication theme, “find it easy to put their thoughts into words; and they are good conversationalists and presenters”. I have always found myself being the ‘talker’ of any group and immediately volunteering to be in front of people. This strength has always flourished for me, especially during my last year in high school and my time here at Temple. In high school, I was the girl on the morning news, the one who always did presentations or speeches for people, and the one who tried her hardest for everyone to know and gravitate towards her. When I got to college, nothing had changed. To this day, I find myself satisfied when I get to talk in front of large groups of people or engage in conversations with newcomers. This is noticeable in my job as well as my participation in my student organization. Since I was a freshman, Phi Sigma Pi Coed Honors Fraternity has been all I have worked for. Since day one, I acquired as many elite positions as possible. What I found most rewarding was my position as Initiate Advisor on the Executive Board. This position was primarily in place to recruit newcomers to the organization to participate in the traditional Greek ‘rushing’ during the term. I also oversaw all the initiates until they crossed over into the Brotherhood. I found seeing
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this progression extremely rewarding. I positioned myself to have responsibility, talk and recruit new people, and especially to be the person who everyone can easily converse with. This
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course N.A N./A taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '11 term at UPenn.

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