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As far as I can think back I always enjoyed being in an office setting My father used to be an Insurance Salesman when I was little and whenever I had to stay at his office for one reason or another I would always pass the time away happily playing office even answering some calls for my dad As I got older my dad used to give me tasks to do like filing or stocking the insurance applications for him Now when I look back it doesnt seem like a very important job but I used to enjoy that I was helping my dad in his business and I used to look up to him the way he talked to his clients giving them information on different types of insurance and their different coverages for a long time I wanted to be an insurance salesman just like my dad Now that Im at the age where I need to start looking and preparing for a career I the desire of being an Insurance Salesman isnt as strong as when I was little but being involved in the business field is my definite career goal Thats why I decided to do some research on the career of a Real Estate agent Before we go into the information that I found on a Real Estate agent its important that we first see what kind of temperament or personality that I have and what kind of jobs would be best for my temperament For this the best way to go is to take the Kiersy Character Sorter II online and the Personality Mosaic from our Your College Experience 4th Edition workbook The Kiersy Character Sorter is a series of questions that you answer either yes or no depending on your preference between the two Once your finish the questions you submit it into the computer and you get a reading of what kind of character you have The
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