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    Understanding Self and Opportunities

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    How many doors have closed on you? How many times did you focus on that closed door instead of looking for the opportunities that opened up? Please share an example of a closed door and how you learned to overcome it. What opportunities do you see opening up for yourself now that you are in school? How do your personal strengths and weaknesses, likes and dislikes, culture, and other aspects that make you unique play into how you responded to specific opportunities? How would you want to change or feel you need to change in order to better capitalize on opportunities you have?

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    At least five doors have closed on me and I have never focused on those closed doors, but adapted to the situation by looking for the opportunities that open up when those doors closed. An example of this is when I couldn't get a job as a teacher, so I started my own tutoring business. Now that I am in school ...

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