Your Own Faults
23 Sep 09
Hey princess, I have to say yes to this question. After teaching Thais for so many years, especially how to conduct themselves at interviews, I found that I had to do the exercises before I could expect to teach them. And as we know, potential employers love to ask, what are your good points, or bad points, or similar questions which makes us self analyse. So, I think, I know mine, and have worked on improving myself, even at my age. Unfortunately, some have become habits over many years, and are very hard to avoid.
• United States
24 Sep 09
Some people will never recognize their own faults or will remain in denial over them, never confronting the issues or how to improve them. (And those are the people that are always pointing fingers at someone else, yet proclaim about themselves that there is nothing wrong.) I have worked with a few people like that, and let me tell it stinks being around those types!