I’ve found that figuring out who you are and where you are going is an important but never-ending processing.
- A personal mission statement can be helpful.
- Career writing prompts can get you thinking.
- Identifying values usually proves useful.
Recently, I started using descriptors in response to questions of self-identity, especially adjectives in tension.
I’ve provided some examples below to get you thinking about you and defining your own distinctive qualities.
- How do you interact with others? Bold but warm.
- How do approach your work? Comprehensive but detailed.
- What is your career path like? Young but accomplished.
- What does success look like? Leading but balanced.
Leave a comment with a comparative adjective pair about yourself!
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