StrengthsFinder 2.0 by Tom Rath

StrengthsFinder 2.0: A New and Updated Edition of the Online Test from Gallup’s Now, Discover Your Strengths

By Tom Rath

The code in the back of the book only works once so this is a book that you need to buy in order to take the online test. Stop trying to be so well-rounded and focus on your strengths! Learn your five (5) strength themes and start maximizing what you do best. Rath has years of experience with the Clifton version and working with Gallup. Each book comes with an access code that will allow you to take the online test just once.

BE READY WHEN YOU CLICK “START!” You only have a few seconds to answer each question. You can’t go back. The test wants your answer without you over-thinking it.

The test lasts just a few minutes and passes really fast as it is timed. Each question only allows 20-seconds to answer. Answer quick and from the gut. Trust the test! Results are instantaneous. What you do with them will take a bit more effort on your part. The text does offer fifty action suggestions on how to maximize your specific strengths as well as offers insight into how your strengths dovetail with other strength themes.

This is a great tool for packaging you for the job search.

ISBN: 9781595620156

Know Thyself!


About MonteWashburn

Greetings, Please allow me to introduce myself. I am Monte, a passionate lover of a great spectrum of nonfiction books and authors and in hoping to provide some guidance to the many currently unemployed or under-employed persons much of the content posted here will revolve around books of the job search, career, entrepreneurial pursuits and personal development. Other related blogs and material will be heralded here as well. And a little fiction just may sneak in as well from time to time. May you find your own stimulus here. Expectantly, Monte
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One Response to StrengthsFinder 2.0 by Tom Rath

  1. Brasil says:

    This book helped me to understand that some of my personality “quirks” can actually be strengths if I find ways to make use of them. I am in the process of pursuing a job that will utilize most of my top five. I think this book is very enlightening and I am very glad my sister recommended it.

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