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Unformatted text preview: Corbin Dean Unit 3 Thought Questions 2.) At first, I could not think of any possible “blind spots” for my top strength, woo, or winning other’s over. When I read the ideas for action, it became apparent what my biggest blind spot could be, fake-ness. Let me explain what I feel “fake-ness” could be, when a “’woo-er” is at a big gathering of people, whether it be a meeting, a party, or a conference, they will try and become acquainted with anyone and everyone they can. By doing this, the woo-er may start to be viewed as a fake, a poser, and just all around not genuine. This can happen to anybody who is working a crowd of people too fast. To counteract this, I have learned to at least get to know each person kind of well, this way it takes a little more time to get to everybody, and you make each person feel just a little more special. My second strength was communication. The blind spot that I felt came with this strength was the action of just rambling on and on without a strong...
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This essay was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BUSI 2160 taught by Professor Moore during the Spring '08 term at Fairleigh Dickinson.
- Spring '08