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Personal Discovery

The First Step Toward Success

Know yourself and your capability by finding resources to help you with your Personal Discovery. As you go along this personal discovery journey, take time to reflect. We recommend starting a personal discovery notebook to keep track of each personality test and how you are using the information. Tracking and communicating your skills and passions could be essential when future employers ask to know more about what makes you, you.

Open your Discovery Notebook to find a blank template that you can save and start filling with information.

Clifton StrengthsFinder

The CliftonStrengths 34 has been purchased by the school to help you find out more about yourself. The CliftonStrengths 34 will highlight your top 5 personality strengths. The quiz is just the beginning; you will be able to use these strengths in daily and professional areas of your life.

Find Your Strengths

Dedicate a page for each of your top five strengths in your Personal Discovery Notebook. Think of times in your life when you experienced success! Then, highlight verbiage from the strength's description that connects with you! Use this language to communicate where you excel when you participate in a team or talk to a future employer!

Know Your Strengths

Enneagram

The Enneagram reveals how people manage emotions. The assessment separates people into nine types. Your type can help describe how you imagine the world and manage emotions. Knowing your Enneagram type can help you identify how to overcome pitfalls and maximize your peak performance.

Know Your Type

Knowing your Enneagram type can help you become more aware of what you look like at your best (and worst). Record your class in your Personal Discovery Notebook and include information about what you are like at your best. Think of examples and then plan ways to engage with others as the best you! (You can also devise ways to avoid the "dark side" of your Enneagram type.)

Learn More About Enneagram

Myers Briggs

The Myers Briggs Test analyzes five categories: Mind, Energy, Nature, Tactics, and Identity. At the end of the quiz, you will receive a five-letter code that represents 1 of 16 different personality types.

Discover Your Personality

Copy the description of your personality type in your Personal Discovery Notebook. Highlight elements that accurately describe you! Pay special attention to Career Paths and Workplace Habits to guide your academic and professional career! This information can help you select experiences that resonate with your personality and preferences.

Learn More About the Personality Types

Love Language

The Love Language Test will reveal what type of love you like to receive most: Words of Affirmation, Acts of Service, Receiving Gifts, Quality Time, and Physical Touch. Knowing your love language can help you express to others how they can best show you their love.

Discover Your Love Language

Keeping track of your top love language can be fun because your preferences change! Record your rankings of the different styles in your Personal Discovery Notebook and see if and how you change throughout college.