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My Strength : What I think I possess!


I love to learn new things throughout my life, and it seems that’s my greatest strength. Also I’m a quick learner once I feel interest in things.And willingness to work hard to achieve my goals is certainly with me.I must say, I’m technical proficient. Also, I have great problem-solving skills and am willing to learn new things to get the job done.

I’m an open minded person. In most situations, I maintain a positive attitude & outlook. One of my greatest strength is that I’m a good listener. I think, I possess the ability to think and evaluate situations in other person’s point of view. I think I can work under pressure well enough and take wise decisions.

The belief in myself is strong for me. So this self-confidence must be accounted as my greatest strength. I’m a good helper towards those who need it. I’m a slow starter but once started I’ll be fully committed and dedicative. I like to organize things and like to be neat with anything that I do. Certainly I’m co-operative and ready to work with a team and alone if necessary.

All being said, passion to learn new things and being a quick learner, being a good listener and open minded & belief in myself, a.k.a. self-confidence are my biggest strengths.

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