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Discover U in Ten Steps

Discover your heroes Identify your strengths Explore your skills Examine your beliefs Look at your values Develop a mission statement Learn about your personality and interests Think about your talents and dreams Tell your story Express yourself

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Express Yourself. Part Ten of Discover U

You know who you are, now is the time to be the real you. Who can hear your voice if you do not speak your truth? Who can see what you write if you do not show them? If you

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Who Are You? Part Nine of Discover U

Keep learning as you Discover U!  In part nine you will tell your story. Travel back in time to write the history of your life. For some, this can be a fun exercise. For others painful memories may be resurrected.

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Who Are You? Part Eight of Discover U

Uncover Hidden Talents as you continue on a journey of self-discovery with the Discover U series. In part eight you will think about your talents and dreams. What do you dream about doing someday? What activities fill your heart with joy?

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Explore Your Personality and Interests

In part seven of Discover U, you will think about your personality and interests. Personality and interests help to identify good career choices. Find careers that are a good match for Myers-Briggs types and career clusters that match your Holland Code

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Who Are You? Part Six of Discover U

Get in touch with your authentic self as we continue with the Discover U series. Today you will develop a mission statement. A mission statement describes your intention of how you will invest your energy. It is brief, focused, flexible, and

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Who Are You? Part Five of Discover U

Today you will look at your values. The difference between what you value and what your values are It’s good to know what you value or think important, but to value art for example, is an opinion that can vary

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