Essay On Personal Personality

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Me, Myself, & IOften in life, we come to a point in which we scrutinize the strengths and abilities of other individuals, only to speculate what our strengths and abilities are. When it comes down to it, we all are unique, hence we too have strengths and abilities that others visualize and cherish. I believe my three strongest strengths and or abilities are being very motivated, good at soccer, and being a good listener.First, being a very motivated individual is strength of mine that I cherish the most. I can still remember pulling all "nighters" during high school for my anatomy/physiology te ...view middle of the document...

Second, I believe everyone's life should be balanced. It should be balanced out in three equal ways, one being physical, the other social, and the last but not least mental. I am glad that I have had the love of soccer since childhood. Not only has it made me a hard working entity but it has also kept me physically fit. I still remember having the opportunity to play Eclipse soccer, a soccer team of the finest junior soccer players in the southern region of Texas. I had the time of my life when we were invited to play in the National Junior Soccer Tournament in Europe.Third, being a good listener is a quality of mine that my friends cherish the most. Recently, one of my friends went through a situation, which brought her severe emotional intrusiveness. I asked her to talk to my about it and that I would listen to her. At then end of our conversation she told me " thanks for listening, it really helped." Those six words put a smile on my face, probably because in my opinion the good feeling you obtain after helping someone is the best feeling one can feel.In conclusion, being motivated, good at soccer, and a good listener are qualities of mine that I have built on. I believe the strengths and abilities we have within us, we ourselves should cherish to the fullest. Who knows, maybe some one is looking at us and cherishing what we have. So, always remember to walk with your head held high, because you too are being cherished.


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