Questions to Ask Yourself:
1. Have my conscientious decisions ever been unpopular with others?
2. Do I sometimes get impatient with myself when I spend much time in consideration before making a decision?
3. Are there elements that challenge my approach to decision-making?
In every situation, my natural instinct is to be conscientious. I put a lot of thought and careful consideration into everything I do and say, and I am confident that such an approach inspires the trust of others.
My disciplined nature allows me to exercise patience in my decision-making. I believe that it is important to be careful and meticulous in every situation, even when time is working against me. I can be careful and thorough without taking a lot of time.
I allow myself the time and space to concentrate on the mission at hand and this focus helps me make the best decisions possible with the available information. It gives me the opportunity to consider all the factors before coming to a conclusion.
I stand behind my decisions because I conscientiously make every single one of them.
At work, my colleagues consider me to be a good leader because I avoid making hasty decisions. I look at the position of the company and ensure that my choices are in keeping with our effort to keep the organization moving in a forward direction. I thoughtfully consider all factors to make the most positive choices.
In my social interactions, when asked, I offer advice that I know is well thought out and supported by facts so that my point of view can be trusted.