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New ideas and projects sometimes distract me from previous ones.

Setbacks don't discourage me. I don't give up easily.

I often set a goal but later choose to pursue a different one.

I am a hard worker.

I have difficulty maintaining my focus on projects that take more than a few months to complete.

I finish whatever I begin.

My interests change from year to year.

I am diligent. I never give up.

I have been obsessed with a certain idea or project for a short time but later lost interest.

I have overcome setbacks to conquer an important challenge.

If I have a problem with the management, I let my emotions flow out by talking about it with my peers.

If I think a teammate is incompetent or irritating, I want to ask for the opinions of others instead of confronting that person head-on.

It is important for me to know and follow the mission and vision of my leaders so I want to hear and recite it everyday.

I think having core values is not important. It's not followed anyway.

I tend to leak out how I feel to other people because it makes me feel better.

I want to get the job done and if I have to do it by myself because I don't like one person in the team, so be it.

When I don't feel good about a team member because we don't see eye to eye, I will just work on my own and hope that things get resolved one way or the other.

If I consider someone a good friend at work but he or she is gossiping about the management, I will rebuke that person even if it means offending him or her.

It's more important for me to have peace and harmony so I would rather not confront someone about his lack of discipline at work.

I want to be challenged at my work so that I feel like I'm growing as a person.

I will always look for an easier way to do things even if it means exploiting a gray area loophole.

When I see someone sleeping during his working hours, I will wake him up and tell him he should not be sleeping.

I will do the right thing even if it means I will offend someone in the team.

If my work is not yet done for the day but working hours is almost done, I have the tendency to daydream about what I'll be doing after working hours.

I tend to work beyond working hours because I want to push myself to my limits.

When I'm being asked to do something difficult that is not in my job description, I immediately accept.

I have used the words "that's not my job" in my career or school work before.

I always come to work on time.

I never use my smartphone for social media or personal use on working hours.

I think that working hours must be used for work all the time.

When I am not working at working hours, I feel bad and feel like I am stealing from the company.

I am never late to my meetings.

I consider people who are very focused at work as geeks or nerds and prefer to not be that way.

Whenever I take a break from work, I am always honest about it and let the HR or management know that I use only the time allotted for breaks.

I think there should be unlimited amount of breaks because I work well and better than anyone.

I am a very curious person.

When I am curious about something, I do something about it to find out if what I think is true.

When I have an idea, I immediately get to work on researching about it.

Experiments fascinate me and I have my own on-going experiment all the time.

I consider myself a geek in some topics that I think is helpful for my career and growth as an individual.

I have the courage to break some things just to find out if the answer to my curiosity is true.

I get discouraged easily when something I'm experimenting on fails.

I feel like I'm not progressing in life when I don’t learn and try out new things that help me grow as a person.

I say things direct, straight to the point and I make sure the other person understands what I mean.

I do not beat around the bush in what I say or write.

If someone does not understand something I have said, I clarify over and over again.

I feel bad if I need to repeat myself to other people.

It is important for me that my clients or teammates are on the same page when it comes to communication.

I will not stop until I get my point across to a person I am communicating with.

I believe that miscommunication is dangerous and can result to disastrous things.

I am constantly trying to improve how I talk with others by reading books, listening to seminars and consciously trying to hear myself talk.