Personal Narrative: My Best Strengths

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My best strengths are organized, motivate, and goal orientated. My strengths let people see, I take pride in every task I perform. I will complete all task given to me. This will help me be promoted in my career. Every since I was a little, I have been organized. Being organized can make life a lot easier when what you are looking for can be found. I think more can get done, if the place you are working and living is in order. One of my strengths are to motivate people around me. I help to show them their abilities. I also praise them on the things they do. Motivation is a two way street. I have encouraged people to do better for them self, just by the way, I carry myself. For example there were many times in football that my teammates wanted to give up and I told them to keep on pushing and trying and the outcome can be greater at the end. I am also goal oriented. I planned on continuing my education and moving forward on to college. All of these strengths will allow me to do better at school, home and work.
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It is a hobby which makes living interesting. It is a pursuit outside one’s regular work. A hobby gives one joy and pleasure; one does not get tired of it. It is a pastime, relaxation and leisure. In this way, while one is learning something, he is also making best use of his time. My favorite hobby is playing with video games. Ever since I was a little boy I have always loved playing video games.Even up until today I still play video games by myself and my brother. Playing video games helps me to release my stress, also it relaxes me from a hard and long day of school and work. Playing video games helps me to unwind and have a good time. One of my favorite video games from X-Box is Skyrim.This game is not like any other game. The X-Box allows the game Skyrim to have up to four players, which makes the game more intriguing. It also allows you to play online with others from around the

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