What accomplishments in the FFA Organization has given you the most satisfaction in your life?
In my life, I recently won the Utah State Extemporaneous contest. This not only gave me the satisfaction of winning, but throughtout my studying process, I gained the satisfaction of knowledge. The FFA has provided me with a reason to gain that knowlede and a useful purpose for it. The FFA also has given me something to be proud of. From doing the Creed, I've realized that the FFA is something bigger than myself, bigger than just a club. The FFA is a cultural gathering. I'm proud of the FFA and all of it's accomplishments in agriculture. I'm proud of the type of people it produces and the support it gives to me.
Many interviewers will ask which accomplishments have given you the most satisfaction. It is a good idea to have answers to this question in your mind before you begin the interview. Think about which things in your life have brought you satisfaction. Often it is the experiences that have helped you to grow as a person.
There are several answers that can be given to the question, name two or three professional accomplishments that have given you the most satisfaction. If you have worked to land a big account that could be one. A time when you surpassed your sales quota could be another accomplishment. Think about all of the successes that you have had in your professional life, and choose the three that you are most proud of.
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Her accomplishments (in my opinion) were that she could get through life watching her dad get bashed on the baseball field and being the only girl in her family. Her accomplishments (in my opinion) were that she could get through life watching her dad get bashed on the baseball field and being the only girl in her family.
The purpose of this question is to discern what you would be good at in your job. Think carefully about the things that have made you happy and state one of them in a way that will highlight your ability to do the job for which you are interviewing. For example, if you are interviewing for a sales job, you could mention a time you made a great sale and made the customer happy. If…