The manager wants to know if you have perseverance: I got a D in my first term of algebra. My study skills were all wrong. I joined a study group. By the third term I pulled it up to a B and kept it there.
Think of something related to work, school, civic, or leisure activities. Tell it as a story. Give details. The manager wants to see how you define problems, identify options, decide on a solution, handle obstacles, and solve the problem.
Focus on work, not character weakness. Turn it into a positive, I'm accused of being a workaholic. I like to stay and get caught up on the odds and the ends before I go home.
Money is not a good answer. A good answer is something like, having responsibilities and being acknowledged when the job is done right.
Think about it.
You're on your own.
Both, I enjoy working as a part of a team and I can work independently to get my share of the work done.
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