5 Year Strategic Plan

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5-Year Plan and Self-Development Portfolio

First of all let’s talk about the result of different survey that we took throughout the quarter. I am a right brained person; my ratings for top three intelligences were 4 out of 5 for self, 3.71 out of 5 for social, and 3.43 out of 5 for nature; my positivity ration was 1.0; I am an extrovert and very forgiving, neither calm nor nervous, neither organized or disorganized, I typically don’t seek out new experiences (which I don’t agree with), I tend to consider the feelings of others. I am quite sure most of you have noticed that towards the end of each of these surveys, it said that the results are not 100% accurate and I agree. There were few surveys that produced some accurate results while there were some results that made me think twice. Few things that I will keep in mind and work towards are try to brainstorm more with numbers. Although I am an Accountant, I tend to run away from formulas. Another thing that left an impact on me was the positivity ration. I had a 1.0 score. I believe it’s about time that I try to be more outgoing; by outgoing I mean, I will make more attempt to interact with my friends and family. I will pick up the phone and talk to them rather than texting.

Now something about me, as I have mentioned previously in my discussion posts, I am from Nepal. Coming to the United States was such a dream come true. Nepal is a third world country and the culture is a little conservative in my country. In Nepal, girls are married at an early age. I was lucky to be born in a family who showered me with love and abundance of trust. My dad could not complete his Bachelors study because of financial crisis. I still remember, when I was a kid my dad always told me his story and how he wished he had a bachelors degree. He wanted me to pursue his dreams. Hence, I decided to come to the United States. My dad invested all his savings on my study, so I owe it all to my father. I did my undergrad in...
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