When you are facing a busy day, how would you ideally like to approach it?
Make a strict timetable allowing little time for rest until all tasks are finished
Take the day as it goes, I don’t need to plan, it’ll fall into place naturally
I’ll start with the biggest task, ending with the simplest, taking breaks as I need them
I’ll procrastinate and pull an all-nighter/take extreme measures to finish up my tasks
What do you do during breaks at work?
Eating lunch or drinking coffee, refuelling myself for the rest of the day
Making small talk with my coworkers
Making a quick run to the corner shop for some snacks, energy drinks or just a walk
I don’t take breaks, I just finish my work at a stretch so I can be finished sooner
What is most important to you in your workplace?
What was your dream job as a child?
Astronaut/Scientist. I was fascinated and wanted to understand these mysteries
Actor/Actress. I always wanted to be on the big screen and loved the glamour
Detective/Police officer. I wanted to investigate and solve problems
Artist/Designer. Young me had an eye for what was good
How would you describe your work pattern while completing a particular project?
Slow and steady with precision
Random bursts of high energy
Everything completed just before the deadline
Completing the project way before the deadline
When you have to make an important decision, how do you tackle it?
I take the most rational road
I ask those close to me for advice
I make a pros and cons list, mixing both facts and my own feelings on the matter
I go with my gut. My decision making is an instinct
What’s a habit you’re proud to have cultivated?
I make sure my skills are always fresh thanks to seminars and constant learning
I keep abreast of current events and form opinions, I am in tune with world events
I read a lot, even if it’s not something I’m a fan of
Taking time everyday to practice your skills with no disturbance from the outside world
What’s a vice you try your best to get rid of?
Too much screen time
Talking too much, or getting distracted too quickly
Getting too absorbed in your inner world and forgetting the realities
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