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How do others view you as a role model?
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Others view me as a role model as somebody that is very confident and hardworking and never gives up.
Others view me as a role model because when I do not get an ideal result for my test, I study more to aim my goal next time.
People have said I am good with adults and chilren. And that I am very independant.
Others view me as a very organized, punctual person.
I have been told I am very driven and committed to the work I do, but can also be very kind and and empathetic on a personal level.
I feel as though I am a role model for the children I worked with, my younger cousins, and even some college students that I have helped in the past. I have been told that I am the right amount of goofball but serious and dedicated to my goals.
A role model is someone whose behavior is imitated by others. Of course, there are good role models and bad role models. There is even the counter intuitive anti-role model who behaves so badly that s/he serves as a good example of what NOT to do.
By being able to focus on the task at hand as well as helping out others when needed.
I'm very kind, generous, and willing to help others.
I always behave simple and find way to learn.