3. If you had to describe yourself as detail-oriented or big-picture oriented, which would you choose? Why?
I enjoy visualizing the big picture, then adjusting the details accordingly.
A little bit of both. I love making sure the little details are perfect because in the end the big picture relies on the little details.
detail oriented. Cause i believe that every tiny little detail is important. For example in fashion the choice of fabric has a big impact on the dress you will be designing. As for an Interior?architect even an inch makes a big difference when it comes to measurements.
I chose detail-oriented because details are what make up the bigger picture. If I were to just let a minor detail slip, it may cause something a lot bigger to happen.
I would describe myself as detail-oriented. When you focus on every detail then you don't have to worry about the big picture. It will all come together.
I would say both but if I had to choose I would say detail-oriented because if you pay attention to the little details the big-picture will be a positive result.
I would choose detail oriented beucause its those little things that most people would have thought of that make an event special.
I think, in this business especially, you need to be a little of both. You can't get wrapped up in all the little details because you'll loose sight of the big picture. However, you'll never achieve the big picture if you don't focus on the little details.
I would say a detail oriented person. You must crawl before you can walk. One must dot.
I would say I have always been very detail-oriented, at least when it comes to the day of execution. When it comes to the end goal I am big-picture oriented.
Big Picture oriented. I see an idea that I believe the community can come together with and I start doing the research on how to make it happen. I do however realize that all the details are what makes an event run like clock work or crumble.
I am a big picture person because every event needs an overall feeling, which is excitment, welcomeness for the customer, and it is the little details that make that happen. Make sure you tell everyone to smile, be confident. They are position where they should be. Look nice. Adding music. Fun clothes.
oh thats a hard one. I would say detail orientated. If I am planning an event I would rather have a few less sections to the event, but have them be successful, than lots of different things that weren't really planned very well. I can't see how that would produce a successful event.
While I can see the benefits of being able to see the big picture, I am definitely detail-oriented. In events, it is truly the little things that matter. I have learned that paying attention to things that seem minuscule are what eventually come together to create the outcome that the client is in search of.
I wouldn't say that I am completely one or the other, I am a bit of both because I know that the tiny details are crucial to creating an over-the-top big picture.
What kind of personality do you work best with and why?
Detail oriented because I want to know an event play by play.
I would definitely choose detail-oriented. I am a perfectionist. Everything I do I put my heart into because it directly reflects myself and who im representing and that to me is very important.
I like to think of myself as both and don't believe they are mutually exclusive. In fact, it is hard to be one without the other. It is difficult to ensure that details are managed without knowing the grand scheme they fall into. For example, in planning a gala, straightening a tablecloth is one simple detail-oriented task but it adds to the presentation and ambiance as a whole.
Both. I don't know that I could pick one. I have a big picture in my mind, and then I start working on the details to make that picture come to life.
Detail-oriented because I automatically start running events from start to finish in my head. When planning any event typically the first thing I tend to do is make a mock timeline of the event. From there I can focus on the minor details of each aspect of the event, from travel, centerpieces, ect.