Knowing my personal strengths and weaknesses is a very important step to improving myself. It will help me to define the areas in which I need to work on most. Many people feel that working on their weaknesses will be enough, but to really improve myself, I must be prepared to work on my strengths also. Achieving my life's goals will be greatly enhanced by knowing what my strengths and weaknesses really are and being able to improve them by improving myself.
My strengths that contribute to my job include computer and accounting skills, management skills, and being conscientious about my work. I am not bragging, but my computer and accounting skills are excellent. I have been doing accounting for more than 20 years and working with computers for more than 10. My management skills allow me to work on my own without having someone watch over my shoulder. Of course, that makes it easier to work since being watched makes me nervous. Being conscientious about my work, I double check everything I do so that the work I turn in will have as few mistakes as possible. This gives me pride in my work which also helps with my self esteem.
Strengths I bring to my learning team include leadership skills, organizational skills, and being a team player. With my leadership skills, I can pull the team together and point them in the direction we need to go. I can also help my team mates when they are having trouble. I can schedule meetings and assign work with my organizational skills. This helps the team in knowing what is expected of them and what they can expect of me. Being a team player means I will be there for my team and do what it takes to see that the team succeeds in reaching its goals. If one part of the team fails, the whole team fails.
In my personal life, my strengths include being tenacious, understanding, and optimistic. Being tenacious, I do not give up easily which helps me to set my goals and complete them. It...