"I sometimes have difficulty choosing between two equally good ideas." or "I used to have difficulty saying 'no' to people until I learned to better set priorities."
Many years ago I learned an important lesson from Bob Nelson, who was my first supervisor and really became my most important mentor. He told me his secret to success was to 'Look at each day as a new opportunity to be your very best. Set high goals, be honest, never say no, and work with people who share your passion for doing their best.' I've always remembered that advice and try to live it every day. I am very self motivated, determined and honest. I really love what I do and I try to surround myself with people who share similar passions. I thrive on this type of environment. Am I likely to find this environment with your company? Can you tell me a little more about the characteristics of successful people at your company?What do you see as some of the key success factors for this position?"
I have a pretty broad taste in terms of genre, but I wouldn't say I "like everything" by any means. I'm actually probably more choosy about music than any other artform.
I'm an outgoing person, and like socialising / hanging out with friends
I enjoy being physically active, and spend a lot of time playing sports and team games.
I like arts and crafts. I'm a creative / practical person, and like doing things with my hands.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Getting to know someone new is like peeling an onion one thin layer at the time. It’s a slow and safe process. But some people, overeager to get into deep and meaningful conversation, go too far too fast. They ask personal or sensitive questions that put the other person on the defensive. Should the relationship evolve, there will be plenty of time to get into weighty topics. For now, take it easy.