motivation

Find Your Strengths for Free

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I’m a fan of FREE.
I’m a fan of working in your strengths.

So I finally checked out Tom Rath’s #1 New York Times best seller “Strengths Finder 2.0” from the library.

I’m a fan of the library, too.
They’ve given me a ton of free reads.
Best use of my tax-payer dollars. 

Sadly, the online assessment code in the back of the book was already scratched and used.
I knew it would be. 

But thankfully, someone out there in the interwebs developed something similar for FREE.
Though it is probably not endorsed by the Strengths Finder people, it seems pretty useful and close to what I was hoping to find out.

Before taking the test, my personal guesses were: 1) Input, 2) Learner, 3) Relator, 4) Activator, 5) Significance

After taking the test, my results were: 1) Significance, 2) Learner, 3) Belief, 4) Communication, 5) Input — (Activator-13, Relator-18)

 

Take the assessment as a free version here – http://freestrengthsfinder.workuno.com/1-free-strengthsfinder-test.html

Post your results in the comments.

GO!

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2 Lines from the Princess Bride — the one you know and the one you might not

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Actor Mandy Patinkin is struck by his own words. He almost forgot he said them.

At the end of the classic film THE PRINCESS BRIDE, his character utters these profound lines from 25 years ago. The most potent line in the whole film.

How does that resonate with you?

What other famous movie lines stick with you?