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Answer 3 Questions to Identify Your Strengths

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Answer 3 Questions to Identify Your Strengths
My natural inclination to scrutinize and share that scrutiny has become my greatest asset in both my professional and personal lives. I have been a journalist and writer all of my life, and my career took a dramatic upward swing when I started blogging and podcasting, and sharing my opinions and observations about relationships, family, money and gender.

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Your emotional tools

What was the hardest time of your life? What tools did you use to get through that?

Identify the emotional tools, social habits or intellectual assets you tapped into to get...

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Your greatest success

What were your greatest successes?

These might be easily identified accomplishments such as earning a degree or a promotion. What did you do that others around you did not? ...

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Your personal contentment

What gives you the most joy?

Your own personal achievements might not be evident to others. Perhaps you cared for a terminally ill loved one. Maybe it’s organizing people in...

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