My Personality

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My Personality and Correspondence with Co-Workers

My mother raised me by the “Golden Rule,” “Do onto others as you would like others to do onto you.” I live by this. I believe if you respect people you will be respected in return. I am always aware of my surroundings because it is important to pay attention and acknowledge the presence of others. I always have a smile on my face even if I am not in the best of moods. If another person is having a not so good day and you greet them with a smile and show them kindness, you never know how you may have impacted their day.

I have a great compassion for other people. I inherited this from my family. I find myself going out of my way to ensure that other people have what they need. If feels good to give a helping hand when it is possible for me to do so. The simplest things as making sure not to park in a handicap parking spaces are of value to me. I can just imagine the not so mobile senior trying to get from their car if they had to park further away due to my lack of awareness.

I love children. I have 5 beautiful girls from ages 12 on down to 5 months. I never thought I would be so blessed to have such a wonderful family. The love I have for God, people and family makes a big impact on my personality. I view other children as if they were part of my family because I want other people to be protective of my girls when they are not in my presence. I depend on others to take care of my children when I am at work and school so it is important to be dependable to other people as well.

I am a dedicated employee. I always do what is asked of me if it is morally correct and possible. I follow direction well and love to be heard when I have a good idea. I am a team player. I love to work with other people and share ideas. You never know when someone may have a better one than you do. The best way to learn is by the example of other people. This being a reason why I choose to set a...