Episode 8 of SimpliMingle’s Inmate Diaries has us delving into what the inmates believe are their biggest strengths and weaknesses.

We all know that this is a question that is used often in job interviews. That’s why we felt it an important question to ask. Let’s take a listen to what they had to say.

Lynn Green

Skip to: 00:08   Lynn Green

“…There’s more that comes about if you are just only patient, but my greatest weakness would probably be, um, people pleasing….”

Knowledge Born

Skip to: 00:57    Knowledge Born

“…My true history have knowledge of my, I have a knowledge of my people and art history means that I have knowledge of all history, all human family. My greatest strengths is bringing people together with the knowledge itself, as well as the Supreme mathematics, the Supreme alphabet to gain clear understanding of who we are as a people….”

Roger Hull

Skip to: 02:25    Roger Hull

“…Um, I always, I, I always take it for granted that, or assume, I guess that my way is always better or that I’m always right. And then sometimes I’m not. Um, but I seem to be where I always want to be, or have to be, and that I always worry about what other people think. So that kind of hinders me on what, um, on what I want on what I’m doing or at a fear or whatever, and that it’s…”

 

BROWSE PROFILES & MESSAGE AN INMATE!

Episode 8 of SimpliMingle’s Inmate Diaries has us delving into what the inmates believe are their biggest strengths and weaknesses.

We all know that this is a question that is used often in job interviews. That’s why we felt it an important question to ask. Let’s take a listen to what they had to say.

Lynn Green

Skip to: 00:08   Lynn Green

“…There’s more that comes about if you are just only patient, but my greatest weakness would probably be, um, people pleasing….”

Knowledge Born

Skip to: 00:57    Knowledge Born

“…My true history have knowledge of my, I have a knowledge of my people and art history means that I have knowledge of all history, all human family. My greatest strengths is bringing people together with the knowledge itself, as well as the Supreme mathematics, the Supreme alphabet to gain clear understanding of who we are as a people….”

Roger Hull

Skip to: 02:25    Roger Hull

“…Um, I always, I, I always take it for granted that, or assume, I guess that my way is always better or that I’m always right. And then sometimes I’m not. Um, but I seem to be where I always want to be, or have to be, and that I always worry about what other people think. So that kind of hinders me on what, um, on what I want on what I’m doing or at a fear or whatever, and that it’s…”

 

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