Find Your Strengths + Build on Them

First, let me tell you that I am amazed at how precise Strengths Finder 2.0 is at identifying and communicating your strengths. I have been wanting to take our team through this book and survey for a while now and just recently took the test myself. Wow and you must put it to the test is all I can say. http://strengths.gallup.com/

Here is quick summary of what it provides in your Strengths Finder 2.0 Report

Report for Lundstudio aka me

  • Learner
  • Strategic
  • Achiever
  • Responsibility
  • Arranger

Shared Theme Description
People who are especially talented in the Learner theme have a great desire to learn and want
to continuously improve. In particular, the process of learning, rather than the outcome,
excites them.

Your Personalized Strengths Insights
What makes you stand out?

Driven by your talents, you thirst for new ideas and knowledge. Often you lose yourself in a
book. You pore over the ideas contained on its pages for long stretches of time. Why? You
want to absorb as much information as you can. Instinctively, you occasionally sign up for
rigorous courses of study rather than enroll in easy classes. This might satisfy your need to
master things that do not come naturally. Perhaps you trust you can handle unpleasant or
difficult assignments. Maybe the struggle to expand your knowledge, broaden your skills,
conquer your limitations, or fix problems motivates you to welcome academic challenges. It’s
very likely that you sometimes enroll in difficult or demanding classes. You might aim to
expand your knowledge or challenge your thinking about certain things. Chances are good
that you expect to be kept in the information loop. You want to know everything that is
happening. You desire to be kept abreast of the latest changes, even those that do not directly
affect you. Not surprisingly, you can become quite upset or frustrated when someone
accidentally or intentionally fails to pass along news about important projects, deadlines,
discoveries, problems, or successes. Because of your strengths, you are drawn to the process
of gaining knowledge and skills. You long to build on what you already know. You yearn to
improve on what you already can do. When you meet people who value education as much as
you do, you are eager to hear about their personal or professional ambitions, intentions, or
goals. Understanding what others aim to accomplish in the coming weeks, months, or years
can be the beginning of a practical partnership or an enduring friendship.

Many more tools and details available after you take the online survey. Get started and see for yourself http://strengths.gallup.com/.

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