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Who am I? I know my weaknesses but what are my strengths? What will I do for a living? These are frequently asked questions by many college students, especially freshman. The transition form high school to college or even teen to an adult may be overwhelming. You instantly find yourself in frenzy because you don't have a guaranteed plan for success or a career plan to satisfy you for the rest of your life. You become afraid to put time into something because later on you may find that what you were doing is not something you want to do for a living so you feel like you wasted time. But there is a way to overcome this obstacle. One way is to discover your strengths. Your strengths enlighten you to a variety of characteristics that you use regularly and do well. I now have a better idea of what I want to major in once I learned my strengths. A few of my strengths include adaptability, restorative, context, harmony, and analytical.

Adaptability simply means I live in the moment. I don't see the future as a fixed destination. It also means I don't resent sudden requests; instead I expect them. And at heart I am a very flexible person. So basically this strength gives me a chance to adjust my comfort level in awkward situations. Restorative means I like to solve problems. Whereas most are discouraged when they have trouble trying to solve problems, I can be energized by it. Context means look back. I look back because that is where the answers lie. I look back to understand the present. Harmony means that I look for areas of agreement. In my view there is little to be gained from conflict and friction, so I seek to hold them to a minimum. When you that the people around you hold differing views, you try to find the common ground. You try to steer them away from confrontation and toward harmony. In fact, harmony is on my guiding values. You can not quite believe how much time is wasted by people trying to impose their views on others. We would all be more productive if we kept our opinions in check and instead looked for consensus and support. Analytical challenges other people.

When being analytical I do not necessarily want to destroy other people's ideas, but I do insist that their theories be sound. And with these strengths and know how to figure out difficult problems by using my strengths to break down the problem piece by piece. I believe that is why it is important to know your strengths. These are great things to know when it comes to trying to meet goals with deadlines. Now you will know how to plan ahead. Your strengths should help you to come closer to knowing the strategies you're going to use to help you to become a success throughout life. For example; I learned that I adapt well to uncomfortable situations.

I'll examine my surroundings and adjust before getting overwhelmed by whatever is happening. Everyone should have strategies to success that they use throughout college or the rest of their life. I plan to one day be broadcasting engineer or something related to this occupation. I figure that I already am on a good start because I am in college. My next move is to do well in college. I mean there is no point in being here if I don't try. I believe that way to stay focused on schoolwork is just to remember the reward that comes after completing college. Know that it will so much easier on me after furthering my education.

I'll create short term goals; such as interning for similar jobs so I'll have a feel for what it is that I'll actually be doing. And my short term goal should definitely help me closer to my long term goal. My long term goal ultimately is finding a job in the career path I've chosen. My short goals of furthering


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