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It is always one thing to see it on paper than it is to live it in real life. According to the Human metrics Survey I tend to be an Extrovert, Intuitive, and slightly judging. I was pleased to hear about the extrovert and intuitive traits however I don’t like to think of myself as being judgmental. Then VALS survey states that I am more of Experiencer, and an achiever. Lastly the attached survey has me in the 41-50 point brackets. As I answered the questions I felt like a totally different experience like I was making a personal judgment of myself. At first I was concerned I might try to fix my results however I believe that I avoided doing so. The three surveys all sum me up as an interested, outgoing achiever. I see this as a very accurate representation of me. While I am at work I often socialize and make myself the center of attention would lines up with the HR-Survey, I also find myself constantly making slight judgments at people at work, school, and even online. The one piece of information I was most interested in reading was the Achiever that the VALS survey had stated me as. I always thought of myself as the outgoing willing to do anything once type person. Yet seeing the achiever surprises me not because it doesn’t fit me but because it fits me better than all the rest. I have goals in life, starting a family, building a career, making my impact in the world. All of these are goals that every daily decision revolves around. My choice to work full time and take 12 summer credits is all part of my goal to achieve. Mixed with the extrovert I definitely see myself as the person pushing to achieve more and climb ladders and take upon leadership roles. I feel like the above information makes me a much more marketable individual in a…...

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