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Describe a situation when you have motivated yourself to complete an assignment or task that you did not want to do?
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when i had a heavy workload i had to complete all in the same day i did not want to complete the task but i was confident that i could get the job done the result was very effective and i was satisfied with my work.
Once at sales associate I was tired and sick but that day was last day and we had to sell at least 25 more sim cards. I was determined to achieve the target so motivated my self to complete the target and by the end of the day I was successful in completing it.
Classes with meat science.
Eloqua. I'm not a great systems person. I'm really good at knowing what questions to ask, what message I want to convey/behaviour I want to inspire... But pulling together a list upload and emailing it makes me go dead inside.
Motivate myself by trying to get it done as soon as possible so I do not have to worry about it later.
I wasent feeling the best, but pushed myself to get the assignment done.
I put myself in the customers place and want to treat them as I want to be treated. Knowing that motivates me to insure customer satisfaction.
I always tell myself to be open minded because I will not always get what I want so I will work hard at it and seek opinion from other people to complete the assignment.
Budgeting for the next season was put upon me when the head of Fitness had to leave because his wife was having a baby. I did the job even taking some work home and submitted on time. The next season he did the entire plan.
Taking over the operationalization of VOD delivery to linear set top boxes tops the list of ongoing tasks I oversee that I am not interested in doing. That being said, I am a bit OCD when it comes to making sure things under my purview are done and done right, so once I realized there was no escape, I embraced it as a new challenge and have actually grown substantially as a result of the learnings I have gathered about linear TV