November 10, 2011

P1 Action plan

The P1 session gave me a more comprehensive look at my skill set and gave me the resources to be able to

understand the learning type I am. Apart from this I thoroughly enjoyed the excercises; I felt them to have

a meaning which was to help me find myself and I genuinely feel I did. What I find might not have been to my liking

but to know was the important thing as I can then work to better myself. My action plan after attending this

workshop is to:

1. Go through similair excercises when applying for internships so that prepares me for the types of questions I'm

going be asked.

2. I wont be so hasty to jump to conclusions about myself and am gonna try and be more well rounded;approaching new things every so often but not overdosing.

3. In general be happy with what I am; as well as working on my weaknesses being hounest with myself and using my strengths well.

Tutor: Han Na Cha

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  1. Han-na Cha

    Hi Harun,

    This is a good action plan. Which exercises do you mean specifically in action point 1?

    27 Jan 2012, 15:14

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