Hello and welcome back. In the previous video, we talked about the 360 degree self assessment. We defined what it was, how organizations utilize it, and more important, how you can use it to benefit you as you look forward to securing that ideal job. In this video, we're going to revisit a tool that we discussed in the previous course, your SWOT analysis. Now remember, your SWOT analysis, the SWOT stands for your strength, your weaknesses, your opportunities and your threats. And previously we took a preliminary look at almost a snap shot at where you were at at that particular time. Your perceived strength and your perceived weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Now, that we've done a little bit more self analysis, self evaluation, we even added to, such as the 360 degree assessment, and we've gotten input from peers. We want to take a look at your dashboard. And we want to look and see was your SWOT true or not. And so first, let's look at your SWOT analysis, that you've made some adjustments along the way. And compare this to your original SWOT, which you thought was your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. And the question is, were you accurate? If the answer was yes, great. Let's proceed forward. But if you say no, I wasn't completely accurate, now let's look at the SWOT and discover in my selected job, what really is going to be my strength that I can add to the employer? What are weaknesses or opportunities or threats should I be concerned about? And what do I mean by your true SWOT? Now true SWOT means now that we've already looked at our dashboard and now we've gotten some more evaluation and some more feedback, now I can discover truly what is my strength, weaknesses, opportunities and threats moving forward. Because, again, I want to be able to display and showcase and present the best me possible for my potential employer. So, I want to be accurate in telling my employer what I can add to the job or to the environment that is considered my strength. My weaknesses, do I have the ability to build upon them or is they are what they are? And they're not really what I can add to the job. What are the opportunities moving forward and what are potential threats? Remember, as we look at your job description each job is going to have a different look. Each job SWOT analysis will look differently based upon that job that I'm going into. For instance, if I'm going to be a plant manager for a manufacturing facility, then my presentation skills versus written and as well as oral are going to be very important for that job. However, if I select the job that's a construction job and my only task is to maybe hammer nails and screw in screws, then my communication skills, even though I might need them, might not be as important for that job in comparison to a plant manager of a manufacturing facility. This is just an example of why it's important to go back and revisit my SWOT and make sure it's as accurate as possible as I move forward in my job selection. So what we have learned? We've learned how to go back and revisit our SWOT to discover whether not we were accurate or not. And if we were not as accurate as we would like to be, how to improve upon that? And make sure we put our best foot forward. What's next? We're going to take a look at your present job market value or what we like to call an acronym PJMV. Thank you, and I look forward to seeing you in the next video.