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SESSION 5 1. What things are you good at—but would love to never do again? 2. Throughout your life, who have you looked to for feedback on what your strengths really are? Do you think they were completely off base—or dead on? 3. List the strengths others think you have. Then, list the strengths you think you have. How many of them overlap? If many of them differ, why do you think there is a disconnect? (1 of 3) A New Earth Online Class Copyright © 2008 Harpo Productions, Inc. oprah .com oprah .com Companion Guide
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SESSION 5 4. When you use the strengths you listed above, how do you feel emotionally? On a weekly basis, what activities do you most and least look forward to doing? Why?
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Think about your career ambitions. Why do you want to ascend to the next level? Aside from the new title or pay raise, what positive and negative changes come with the new position? (2 of 3) A New Earth Online Class Copyright © 2008 Harpo Productions, Inc. o p r a h . c o m o p r a h . c o m Companion Guide SESSION 5 6. Have you ever taken a new job only to find that it's not what you wanted? How did you handle the situation? Do you wish you had handled it differently? Your Personal Space (3 of 3) A New Earth Online Class Copyright © 2008 Harpo Productions, Inc. o p r a h . c o m o p r a h . c o m Companion Guide...
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course CSR 309 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Purdue.

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