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Find Out What You're Really Made Of And Unleash Your Potential

Find Out What You're Really Made Of And Unleash Your Potential
From Lifehack - November 13, 2017

Whether it be at school, work or even in your personal life, Im sure we would have all gone through a particular phase or instance where we had to evaluate what our strengths and weaknesses are. This might be when we were deciding what career path to pursue, what subjects to take, whether or not we were up to heading a particular project at work, or even deciding on shared preferences between our partner.Whether it be at school, work or even in your personal life, Im sure we would have all gone through a particular phase or instance where we had to evaluate what our strengths and weaknesses are. This might be when we were deciding what career path to pursue, what subjects to take, whether or not we were up to heading a particular project at work, or even deciding on shared preferences between our partner.

It is only natural that we strive to excel, and be aware of our strengths so as to harness that potential, yet being aware of our weaknesses or soft spots so as to improve. Our mentors, loved ones, or bosses can only go so far as to point that out to us. But with the CliftonStrengths finder test, it provides us with a whole new level of understanding what our potential and abilities are, to empower individuals to set, achieve and accomplish great goals.

Highlights of the CliftonStrengths assessment

The CliftonStrengths assessment takes about an hour to complete online. During this time, youll see 177 paired statements and choose which one best describes you. The assessment measures your natural patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving, so when youre done youll have discovered your talents.

After completing the test, you will get a set of results that include your customized order of the 34 CliftonStrengths themes and personalized insights about how they appear in your life.

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