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Strengths Insight Report 
SURVEY COMPLETION DATE: 12-09-2014 
Amish Gir 
Your Top 5 Themes 
Achiever 
Input 
Learner 
Communication 
Harmony 
Achiever 
Shared Theme Description 
People who are especially talented in the Achiever theme have a great deal of stamina and work 
hard. They take great satisfaction from being busy and productive. 
Your Personalized Strengths Insights 
What makes you stand out? 
Instinctively, you work with intensity to advance in your job or studies. You expect to be rewarded for 
your hours of effort. You want to be acknowledged for your successes. By nature, you push yourself 
to meet high standards and reach important goals. Your feelings of success or failure likely hinge on 
the way others judge your results. Your keen awareness of people’s moods motivates you to work 
even harder. You want to please them. You want to earn their approval. You often just want to make 
them happy. Driven by your talents, you devote yourself to figuring out what makes a person unique 
and special. You likely invest a lot of energy in this activity. You typically consider yourself successful 
when you can identify a person’s talents, weaknesses, interests, motivations, moods, or experiences. 
Chances are good that you usually work earnestly for an authority figure who takes an interest in you 
as a human being. You probably just do what is expected when teachers, coaches, or supervisors 
treat you like an underling, consider you hired help, or ignore you. Because of your strengths, you 
normally dedicate yourself to acquiring knowledge and gaining skills. You probably devote many 
hours to mental labor. 
647671015 (Amish Gir) 
© 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 
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Input 
Shared Theme Description 
People who are especially talented in the Input theme have a craving to know more. Often they like to 
collect and archive all kinds of information. 
Your Personalized Strengths Insights 
What makes you stand out? 
By nature, you value time alone to pursue your favorite pastime: thinking. Characteristically you 
scrutinize issues, theories, concepts, or philosophies from a variety of angles. Examining a topic is 
one way you familiarize yourself with its unique vocabulary. Often these terms are esoteric — that is, 
understood by only a specialized group. Once you have thoroughly schooled yourself in a subject, you 
probably seek opportunities to speak and/or write about it. Because of your strengths, you capitalize 
on your ability to ask questions and listen to people’s answers, especially when meeting strangers or 
newcomers. You might even be tempted to eavesdrop on what they are telling someone else. Not 
wanting anyone to feel like an outsider, you are apt to draw individuals into the conversation. 
Unquestionably, you search for reasons to involve them in your own or the group’s activities. 
Instinctively, you may pay close attention to specific categories of current events. Some people 
merely recount what they heard, saw, or read. Perhaps you dive deeper into the topic. You might 
generate a few theories, concepts, or philosophies to explain some of the reasoning behind certain 
newsmakers’ decisions. Sometimes you can gather information about events, policy statements, 
people, or crises. Your fresh insights might draw equally engaged thinkers into the conversation. 
Chances are good that you attempt to surround yourself with thinkers. When you encounter them, you 
might share a few of your latest theories, concepts, or philosophies. You might place a special value 
on these conversations. Occasionally they might supply you with a new idea or a fresh perspective. 
Perhaps you gather information, store it in your mind, or somehow document it. You may not know at 
that moment how something you have heard, read, or observed will lead you to another discovery or 
insight. It’s very likely that you frequently use academic-sounding words to talk about your ideas or 
areas of expertise. You intentionally spend time broadening your vocabulary by looking up words in 
the dictionary and committing their meanings to memory. 
Learner 
Shared Theme Description 
People who are especially talented in the Learner theme have a great desire to learn and want to 
continuously improve. In particular, the process of learning, rather than the outcome, excites them. 
Your Personalized Strengths Insights 
What makes you stand out? 
Because of your strengths, you long to gather information about individuals. Your “need to know” is 
rarely satisfied. The more facts you gather, the easier it is for you to understand the person’s unique 
647671015 (Amish Gir) 
© 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 
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strengths, limitations, interests, likes, dislikes, or goals. Unquestionably, you study human beings one 
by one. Your ongoing observations of selected individuals probably provide you with interesting 
insights into human nature. It’s very likely that you prefer to concentrate on activities, problems, 
opportunities, or subjects that really intrigue you. Each time you acquire new information, you feel you 
can help people who need the same information. By nature, you are motivated to continually acquire 
knowledge and skills. Discovering new ways to use your talents energizes you. You are likely to 
escape from situations and avoid people who want you to keep doing what you already know how to 
do well. Maintaining an intellectual status quo is unacceptable to you. Chances are good that you are 
grateful when your questions are answered, your studies yield new information, or your knowledge 
increases. You routinely deepen your understanding through conversations, the media, the Internet, 
books, or classes. You resist spending the majority of your time on topics that are not in line with your 
natural abilities. Instead, you choose to take advantage of your talents — and by doing so, you 
consistently produce topnotch results. Instinctively, you are drawn to the process of gaining 
knowledge and skills. You long to build on what you already know. You yearn to improve on what you 
already can do. When you meet people who value education as much as you do, you are eager to 
hear about their personal or professional ambitions, intentions, or goals. Understanding what others 
aim to accomplish in the coming weeks, months, or years can be the beginning of a practical 
partnership or an enduring friendship. 
Communication 
Shared Theme Description 
People who are especially talented in the Communication theme generally find it easy to put their 
thoughts into words. They are good conversationalists and presenters. 
Your Personalized Strengths Insights 
What makes you stand out? 
It’s very likely that you demonstrate an ease with language. You effortlessly verbalize your thoughts. 
You relish the opportunity to share your insights. You derive pleasure from actively participating in 
conversations when group members propose ideas, seek solutions, or debate issues. Because of 
your strengths, you have a gift for engaging people in group conversations. You also are an active 
participant. Your upbeat attitude energizes the dialogue. You acknowledge the ideas people share. 
You reinforce the value of what they say. Consequently, many people become even more willing to 
reveal their thoughts and feelings. By nature, you are comfortable telling others stories about your 
personal habits, qualities, experiences, or background. Your forthcoming nature probably enables 
others to share their thoughts and feelings with you. Driven by your talents, you are a magnet for fun. 
You personify the phrase “the life of the party” — that is, you can make situations enjoyable, exciting, 
and interesting for a group of people. You bubble with energy and enthusiasm. You welcome 
opportunities to create merriment. People look forward to just being with you or attending your social 
gatherings. Chances are good that you may feel comfortable speaking to a variety of individuals or 
audiences. 
647671015 (Amish Gir) 
© 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 
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Harmony 
Shared Theme Description 
People who are especially talented in the Harmony theme look for consensus. They don’t enjoy 
conflict; rather, they seek areas of agreement. 
Your Personalized Strengths Insights 
What makes you stand out? 
Instinctively, you adopted a practical outlook on life during childhood. You figured out how to avoid 
“rocking the boat” — that is, how not to cause trouble or disrupt an otherwise stable situation. This 
was true in your relationships with not only children, but also adults. Today, you have a knack for 
treating everyone the same. You want the environment and everyone in it, including yourself, to 
behave in a predictable, calm, and cordial manner. Chances are good that you usually find a practical 
way to accomplish whatever you set out to do. You think of methods to make tasks easier for yourself 
or others. You probably balance the workload so everyone involved expends the same amount of 
time, effort, or energy. You exhibit a strong drive to see things through from start to finish. 
Undoubtedly, you appreciate people who do not quit in the middle of a project. It’s very likely that you 
accept the ongoing challenge of equalizing the amount of time you spend on key parts of your life. For 
practical reasons, you do not want any one thing to consume every minute of your day. Thus, you 
choose to handle personal and professional problems logically. You deal with facts unemotionally. 
You intentionally minimize conflict between people by not taking sides. Instead, you make them aware 
of things as they actually are. You emphasize what they have in common. Patiently, you move 
adversaries toward peaceable solutions and general agreement. Driven by your talents, you arrive at 
goal-setting sessions clearheaded about the way things really are. By helping others concentrate on 
the facts, you regularly move away from the distraction of emotions. As a result, those involved are 
likely to appreciate the calming effect you have on them. Not only do they make progress on setting 
their objectives; they also remain on friendly terms with one another once the meeting ends. Because 
of your strengths, you are willing to work with your coworkers, classmates, teammates, family 
members, and friends. You realize everyone sees opportunities, problems, solutions, and events 
differently. While you have opinions, you refrain from imposing them on others. You are good-natured 
— that is, you have a pleasant, cheerful, and cooperative disposition. 
647671015 (Amish Gir) 
© 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 
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Strength Finders Report

  • 1. Strengths Insight Report SURVEY COMPLETION DATE: 12-09-2014 Amish Gir Your Top 5 Themes Achiever Input Learner Communication Harmony Achiever Shared Theme Description People who are especially talented in the Achiever theme have a great deal of stamina and work hard. They take great satisfaction from being busy and productive. Your Personalized Strengths Insights What makes you stand out? Instinctively, you work with intensity to advance in your job or studies. You expect to be rewarded for your hours of effort. You want to be acknowledged for your successes. By nature, you push yourself to meet high standards and reach important goals. Your feelings of success or failure likely hinge on the way others judge your results. Your keen awareness of people’s moods motivates you to work even harder. You want to please them. You want to earn their approval. You often just want to make them happy. Driven by your talents, you devote yourself to figuring out what makes a person unique and special. You likely invest a lot of energy in this activity. You typically consider yourself successful when you can identify a person’s talents, weaknesses, interests, motivations, moods, or experiences. Chances are good that you usually work earnestly for an authority figure who takes an interest in you as a human being. You probably just do what is expected when teachers, coaches, or supervisors treat you like an underling, consider you hired help, or ignore you. Because of your strengths, you normally dedicate yourself to acquiring knowledge and gaining skills. You probably devote many hours to mental labor. 647671015 (Amish Gir) © 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 1
  • 2. Input Shared Theme Description People who are especially talented in the Input theme have a craving to know more. Often they like to collect and archive all kinds of information. Your Personalized Strengths Insights What makes you stand out? By nature, you value time alone to pursue your favorite pastime: thinking. Characteristically you scrutinize issues, theories, concepts, or philosophies from a variety of angles. Examining a topic is one way you familiarize yourself with its unique vocabulary. Often these terms are esoteric — that is, understood by only a specialized group. Once you have thoroughly schooled yourself in a subject, you probably seek opportunities to speak and/or write about it. Because of your strengths, you capitalize on your ability to ask questions and listen to people’s answers, especially when meeting strangers or newcomers. You might even be tempted to eavesdrop on what they are telling someone else. Not wanting anyone to feel like an outsider, you are apt to draw individuals into the conversation. Unquestionably, you search for reasons to involve them in your own or the group’s activities. Instinctively, you may pay close attention to specific categories of current events. Some people merely recount what they heard, saw, or read. Perhaps you dive deeper into the topic. You might generate a few theories, concepts, or philosophies to explain some of the reasoning behind certain newsmakers’ decisions. Sometimes you can gather information about events, policy statements, people, or crises. Your fresh insights might draw equally engaged thinkers into the conversation. Chances are good that you attempt to surround yourself with thinkers. When you encounter them, you might share a few of your latest theories, concepts, or philosophies. You might place a special value on these conversations. Occasionally they might supply you with a new idea or a fresh perspective. Perhaps you gather information, store it in your mind, or somehow document it. You may not know at that moment how something you have heard, read, or observed will lead you to another discovery or insight. It’s very likely that you frequently use academic-sounding words to talk about your ideas or areas of expertise. You intentionally spend time broadening your vocabulary by looking up words in the dictionary and committing their meanings to memory. Learner Shared Theme Description People who are especially talented in the Learner theme have a great desire to learn and want to continuously improve. In particular, the process of learning, rather than the outcome, excites them. Your Personalized Strengths Insights What makes you stand out? Because of your strengths, you long to gather information about individuals. Your “need to know” is rarely satisfied. The more facts you gather, the easier it is for you to understand the person’s unique 647671015 (Amish Gir) © 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 2
  • 3. strengths, limitations, interests, likes, dislikes, or goals. Unquestionably, you study human beings one by one. Your ongoing observations of selected individuals probably provide you with interesting insights into human nature. It’s very likely that you prefer to concentrate on activities, problems, opportunities, or subjects that really intrigue you. Each time you acquire new information, you feel you can help people who need the same information. By nature, you are motivated to continually acquire knowledge and skills. Discovering new ways to use your talents energizes you. You are likely to escape from situations and avoid people who want you to keep doing what you already know how to do well. Maintaining an intellectual status quo is unacceptable to you. Chances are good that you are grateful when your questions are answered, your studies yield new information, or your knowledge increases. You routinely deepen your understanding through conversations, the media, the Internet, books, or classes. You resist spending the majority of your time on topics that are not in line with your natural abilities. Instead, you choose to take advantage of your talents — and by doing so, you consistently produce topnotch results. Instinctively, you are drawn to the process of gaining knowledge and skills. You long to build on what you already know. You yearn to improve on what you already can do. When you meet people who value education as much as you do, you are eager to hear about their personal or professional ambitions, intentions, or goals. Understanding what others aim to accomplish in the coming weeks, months, or years can be the beginning of a practical partnership or an enduring friendship. Communication Shared Theme Description People who are especially talented in the Communication theme generally find it easy to put their thoughts into words. They are good conversationalists and presenters. Your Personalized Strengths Insights What makes you stand out? It’s very likely that you demonstrate an ease with language. You effortlessly verbalize your thoughts. You relish the opportunity to share your insights. You derive pleasure from actively participating in conversations when group members propose ideas, seek solutions, or debate issues. Because of your strengths, you have a gift for engaging people in group conversations. You also are an active participant. Your upbeat attitude energizes the dialogue. You acknowledge the ideas people share. You reinforce the value of what they say. Consequently, many people become even more willing to reveal their thoughts and feelings. By nature, you are comfortable telling others stories about your personal habits, qualities, experiences, or background. Your forthcoming nature probably enables others to share their thoughts and feelings with you. Driven by your talents, you are a magnet for fun. You personify the phrase “the life of the party” — that is, you can make situations enjoyable, exciting, and interesting for a group of people. You bubble with energy and enthusiasm. You welcome opportunities to create merriment. People look forward to just being with you or attending your social gatherings. Chances are good that you may feel comfortable speaking to a variety of individuals or audiences. 647671015 (Amish Gir) © 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 3
  • 4. Harmony Shared Theme Description People who are especially talented in the Harmony theme look for consensus. They don’t enjoy conflict; rather, they seek areas of agreement. Your Personalized Strengths Insights What makes you stand out? Instinctively, you adopted a practical outlook on life during childhood. You figured out how to avoid “rocking the boat” — that is, how not to cause trouble or disrupt an otherwise stable situation. This was true in your relationships with not only children, but also adults. Today, you have a knack for treating everyone the same. You want the environment and everyone in it, including yourself, to behave in a predictable, calm, and cordial manner. Chances are good that you usually find a practical way to accomplish whatever you set out to do. You think of methods to make tasks easier for yourself or others. You probably balance the workload so everyone involved expends the same amount of time, effort, or energy. You exhibit a strong drive to see things through from start to finish. Undoubtedly, you appreciate people who do not quit in the middle of a project. It’s very likely that you accept the ongoing challenge of equalizing the amount of time you spend on key parts of your life. For practical reasons, you do not want any one thing to consume every minute of your day. Thus, you choose to handle personal and professional problems logically. You deal with facts unemotionally. You intentionally minimize conflict between people by not taking sides. Instead, you make them aware of things as they actually are. You emphasize what they have in common. Patiently, you move adversaries toward peaceable solutions and general agreement. Driven by your talents, you arrive at goal-setting sessions clearheaded about the way things really are. By helping others concentrate on the facts, you regularly move away from the distraction of emotions. As a result, those involved are likely to appreciate the calming effect you have on them. Not only do they make progress on setting their objectives; they also remain on friendly terms with one another once the meeting ends. Because of your strengths, you are willing to work with your coworkers, classmates, teammates, family members, and friends. You realize everyone sees opportunities, problems, solutions, and events differently. While you have opinions, you refrain from imposing them on others. You are good-natured — that is, you have a pleasant, cheerful, and cooperative disposition. 647671015 (Amish Gir) © 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 4