Última actualización:: 27 Jul, 2022
What do you consider your most significant strength in life?
My greatest strength is attention to detail. I’ve always been detail-oriented in my work, and it’s something I enjoy. I saw on your job description that this role involves a lot of detail-oriented work, which is one reason I applied. In my last job, I was frequently required to manage 8-10 client projects at a time, and often had 75 different tasks going on in those different projects. Being detail-oriented allowed me to deliver 100% of my projects on-time to our clients. In fact, I finished 45% of my assigned projects ahead of schedule.”
Have you ever had difficulty getting others to accept your vision?
"Wow, great question! Because that happens to me all the time! I spend a lot of time trying to get others to see my point of view, especially on political issues. It’s amazing how many ignorant people there are in this world. So I spend a lot of time posting to Internet sites where some of these ignorant people hang out. It takes time, but I am hoping that over time my comments will finally ring true with just one or two people. If I can convert even one or two people over to my point of view, well, then it’s all worth it…"
What is your greatest professional achievement?
My greatest professional achievement was completing my Bachelor’s degree in 4 years with a 3.8 GPA. I had no financial support from my family and had to work a full-time job while pursuing my Economics degree. This taught me to prioritize my time, build great habits and stay focused on my goals. I’m proud of this accomplishment and I feel that what I learned is going to give me a big advantage in my career now.