What do you like most about yourself?

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In summary, the conversation was about discussing each person's best quality. One person mentioned their charisma, another their ambition and problem-solving abilities, and another their endowment. The conversation also touched on the topic of someone's dislike for getting into other people's business, and the potential for sharing visual representations of endowments. There was also a brief discussion about the gender of one of the participants.
  • #1
Schrodinger's Dog
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Well for me it's probably my charisma.

Anyway enough of my facile worthless nonsense,as it's moot, as it ever shall be, what's your best quality?
 
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  • #2
Waow, this is even more difficult ! Probably my ambition, and my willing to tackle many problems at the same time :biggrin: Of course :tongue2:
 
  • #3
I bow to my optimism.
 
  • #4
I still hate you both.

Man, where to begin talking about myself. Words are not good enough. Just send me money in the mail to praise me.
 
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  • #5
cyrusabdollahi said:
I still hate you both.

Great.

(The message limit should be made less than 10 characters.)
 
  • #6
You would be the third (and thus not part of both), pay attention!
 
  • #7
cyrusabdollahi said:
You would be the third (and thus not part of both), pay attention!

Oh yes, apropos, getting into other's people's business is something that I dislike about myself, but then again, that's not the topic.
 
  • #8
cyrusabdollahi said:
I still hate you both.
I am honored that such an important member of PF as you even care about me being :tongue2:
I thought you would not even notice my mere existence :biggrin:
 
  • #9
humanino said:
I am honored that such an important member of PF as you even care about me being :tongue2:
I thought you would not even notice my mere existence :biggrin:

Same here. That's why I tried to sneak into the honourable 'both'.
 
  • #10
Hmmm, my "charisma". hehe
 
  • #11
My endowment, of course. ^^
 
  • #12
My problem solving abilities.
 
  • #13
Thrice said:
My endowment, of course. ^^

Whoa, this answer would fit in much better in the Member photo thread, in a visual form, of course, if I may suggest. :biggrin:
 
  • #14
radou said:
Whoa, this answer would fit in much better in the Member photo thread, in a visual form, of course, if I may suggest. :biggrin:
Nah PF just isn't ready for that. :biggrin:
 
  • #15
radou said:
Whoa, this answer would fit in much better in the Member photo thread, in a visual form, of course, if I may suggest. :biggrin:

Good God no, there are rules against him explaining his endowment in any but verbal form, and frankly I feel they are well placed :smile: :bugeye: :wink:

Thrice said:
Nah PF just isn't ready for that. :biggrin:

Replace ready with willing and I think you'll have consensus. :smile:
 
  • #16
Thrice said:
Nah PF just isn't ready for that. :biggrin:

What makes you think that? Maybe it is! Amof, maybe it's ready for that from the beginning, but there's just no one here to break the ice! :devil: :biggrin: :tongue2:
 
  • #17
Schrodinger's Dog said:
there are rules against him explaining his endowment

Umm...him?

In that case, I take back everything I said. :biggrin:

Although Thrice doesn't sound like a male name.
 
  • #18
radou said:
Umm...him?

In that case, I take back everything I said. :biggrin:
And I rest my case!
 

1. What qualities do you like most about yourself?

I like that I am curious and always seeking new knowledge and understanding. I am also organized and detail-oriented, which helps me in my work as a scientist. Additionally, I am persistent and determined, which allows me to overcome challenges and reach my goals.

2. How do you stay motivated and positive in your work as a scientist?

I find motivation and positivity in the potential to make new discoveries and contribute to the scientific community. I also enjoy collaborating with other scientists and learning from their perspectives. Finally, I remind myself of the impact that my work could have on society and the world.

3. What do you think sets you apart from other scientists?

I believe my ability to think critically and creatively sets me apart from other scientists. I am constantly questioning and challenging ideas, while also considering new and innovative approaches to research.

4. How do you handle failures or setbacks in your scientific work?

I have learned to view failures and setbacks as opportunities for growth and learning. I reflect on what went wrong and use that information to improve and move forward. I also have a strong support system of colleagues and mentors who offer guidance and encouragement.

5. What advice do you have for aspiring scientists?

My advice is to never stop asking questions and never be afraid to try new things. Be open to constructive criticism and always strive for improvement. Most importantly, stay passionate and curious about your work, and remember that failures are a natural part of the scientific process.

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