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What is your greatest strength?
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My greatest strength is my Keen attention to details. I am often told that I should become a police office because I never miss anything . This I think is an excellent strength because it makes me less likely to make mistakes.
My positivity and optimistic/ can do attitude. I have overcome alot of adversity and challenges in my life, specifically the last 6 years. I have remained positive and dedicated to making my life better.
I’m adaptable, I can easily work with any group of people with different personalities, quick on my feet, can easily handle different weather conditions, rain, sleet, snow, high winds, intense rainstorms. Also if something changes with usual routine willing to compromise to make things work for the better.
My greatest strength I say would be communicating and being a great listener. People tend to come to me for advise.
I'm a quick learner I adapt to changes very quickly I am dependable, punctual, a team player and I am very organized.
My greatest strength would be my fast-paced, efficient work habits. While I worked for the yellow pages, I was able to help out the receptionist and the ad copy departments as well as doing my own work. When I worked for Capitol Coffee, I could assist in deliveries when needed also. I am always able to give assistance while also getting my own work done.
My greatest strength is communication I enjoy interacting with people.
My greatest strenth is my work ethic. I work hard, efficiently, and I am able to work alone without someone having to tell me to get my daily tasks done.