Starting a short paper
I am to write a short 2-3 page paper. And in it I am to tell what I learned about myself through a personality assesment. I'm not sure how to start the paper in telling about my behavioral style.
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Sometimes it is helpful to write the guts of the paper before writing the introduction and conclusion. What did you learn about yourself through the personal assessment? This sounds like an assignment I had in a class for my MBA. My additional advice is to make sure you don't focus on the assessment process itself. In the assessment we did, some of it was a self-assessment. Other parts were assessments from coworkers and friends. Did you learn different things from each part of the assessment? Or did you learn about certain behavior styles from the assessment as a whole. Perhaps your style is different when you are leading, following, or working as a team. Figure out what you are going to say, and then the introduction will become more apparent.
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