SAPA Project Assessment: Personal Strengths

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According to the SAPA project survey (Condon,2015), my five greatest strengths are being reliable, dependable, trustworthy, honest, and punctual. In this survey their were a lot of questions about myself when it comes to my personality. The questions that I answered consisted of my feelings towards others and how would I deal with certain situations that will occur in my life. After answering those hundred questions, the test proved I was very reliable. In the results it showed three different line graphs showing extraversion, agreeableness, and emotional stability (Condon,2015). On the extraversion graph it indicated that I would prefer to be around people a lot of the time and are sociable, outgoing, energetic, and lively. This part of the graph …show more content…
I have less concern with others' needs than my own (Condon,2015). I believe this statement about myself mainly because I tend to always put myself before anybody, I feel this a huge strength, when putting other people before you, you tend to fail on what your main focus is and I refuse to put others needs before mine. The last graph emotional stability indicated that I'm emotionally stable, compared to others I'm less easily upset or emotionally reactive, and I handle daily hassles better than most (Condon,2015). I think this is the best strength of them all for me to use because with these strength I'm always able to set a goal for myself and achieve it. Overall, after taking this personality test it proved that my biggest strength is being reliable. I chose those five different things that come with being reliable and those were being honest, dependable, trustworthy, and punctual. I know in my heart that I will be able to utilize each strength in all those ways because all of my strength's are good strengths' and they determined that I'm a strong-minded person and can achieve any goal that I put my mind