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financial literacy

concentration act or power of foccusing ones attention or mental effort
consistency coformity in the application of something, typoically that which is neccessary to interpert and execute program instructions
creativity the use of the imagination or original ideas,esp. in the production of an artistic work
dedication complete ahd wholhearted devotion especially to a career, ideal, etc
drive to carry vigorously through
duty a moral or legal obligation; a responsibilty
enthusiam intense and eager enjoyment, intrest, or approval
fairness free from bias, dishonesty, or injustice
flexibillty ability to adapt to new circumstances
honesty fairness and straightfowardness of conduct
honor regard with great respect
humilty a modest or low veiw of ones own importance; humblness
iniative the abilty to assess and initate things independtly
integrity the qaulity of being honest and having strong moral priniples; moral uprightness
optismism hopefulness and confidence about the future of the successful outcome of something
professionalism the competence or skill expected of a professional
respect feeeling of deep admiratioh for something or someone elicated by their ablilities, qualities, or acheivments
self-control the ablity to control oneself, in paticular ones amotions and desires or the expression of them in ones behavior, esp in difficult
self-discipline the abilty to control ones feelings and overcome ones weeknesses; the ablity to pursue what one thinks is right despite temtations to abandon it
self-esteem confidence in ones worth or ablities; self respect
sense of humor the trait of apprecating and being able to express the humourous
sociability the relative tendency or disposition to be sociable or associate with ones fellows
wisdom the quality of having experience, knowlege, and good judgment; the quality of being wise
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