The Personal Strengths and Weaknesses of Lindsay Nanna
When I first came across this assignment, I was quite apprehensive. I thought about what my teacher and fellow classmates would really think about me then. How would my Learning Group react? But at the same time I knew that this would be a growing experience and when I was completed I could look back on the paper and take a sigh of relief.
Honestly, it is much easier for me to say what my weaknesses are than my strengths. I usually tend to go for the difficult men; the ones with some kind of “problem”. This tends to land me in the middle of nasty break-ups and unfortunate broken hearts. So now one would also agree that I am too forgiving and give too
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A major strength I have is compassion. It always makes me wonder when I see another human being acting cruelly to another. Also, I am able to stand up for myself and when it comes to relationships, I know when to break it off. It is important to me to have a good working relationship with my classmates. If there is a project, I want us to get along and work efficiently together. I have an awesome sense of courage and wanderlust (which has probably led me to Houston away from Pennsylvania). Now, one would argue that being funny would not be a strength, but a quality, should come work with me on a daily basis. Our pharmacy has some dry, quiet spots throughout the day and it is pretty unbearable to some people. I find that when I tell a joke or say something silly, I can definitely lighten the mood and increase the good vibes in the workplace. During the past couple of years, I have had the good fortune of learning the fine art of time management. I learned this skill mostly when I worked at Walgreen’s Pharmacy. We filled about 900 prescriptions a day (that’s a lot in case you don’t know). So I had to either sink or swim to keep up and maintain good customer service. I also learned how to do just about anything with a phone glued to my ear. And most importantly, no matter what, I always keep on going. Even after personal and emotional disaster, I still hold my head as high as I can and move along.
Well, now that my core