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How to Describe Yourself: 180 Words for Your Positive Qualities

As a personal development trainer Susana has helped many people describe themselves and define their positive qualities

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Describe Yourself for Dating, Job Interviews, Resumes & School Projects

Many of us have never spent time reflecting on our positive qualities but it's so important to do so. There are a lot of benefits to knowing the words that describe us. One of the biggest is that it can give us new layers of self awareness and confidence!

Who would want to go through life without this knowledge?

Now you're on board with why it's helpful to know how to describe ourselves we'll move onto how.

Learning how to describe yourself accurately is something we usually have to put some effort into. This seems to be especially true in most western cultures, where being honest about our skills, qualities, and attributes can be confused with being arrogant, "blowing your own trumpet," or being excessively self-indulgent.

If we do learn to describe ourselves, we can become being our own confidence guru and simply acknowledge and appreciate our own positive qualities.

Ready? Scroll down for list of 180 adjectives to help you describe yourself.

Are You Empathetic?

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Words to Describe Yourself Professionally

If you've already been interviewed for a job, you know the question: What would you say is your best quality? It can be an uncomfortable question to answer, especially since you're already nervous about the interview. What do they want to hear?

The good news is that it's possible to be completely honest. Because we can all identify with 90% of these adjectives in some situation or other, I suggest picking 10 to 15 words that describe you most of the time, regardless of the situation. It might be helpful to think about who are you when you are on your own, doing your own thing. There will be very few other people who will identify the exact same combination, because we're all different.

Once you've come up with a few words, think of situations from your life that demonstrate that quality.

Unique Adjectives to Use on a Resume

Inventive

Exciting

Thoughtful

Powerful

Practical

Proactive

Productive

Professional

Meticulous

Quick

Balanced

Achiever

Knowledgeable

Leader

Diplomatic

Logical

Initiator

Original

Outgoing

Particular

Patient

Active

Positive

Consistent

Compassionate

Incredible

Independent

Precise

Mediator

Emotional

Cheerful

Forgiving

Responsive

Candid

Industrious

Cooperative

Are You Analytical?

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Positive Descriptive Words to Use in a Job Interview

Honest

Assertive

Attentive

Direct

Broad-Minded

Committed

Conscientious

Dynamic

Customer-Oriented

Persistent

Mature

Methodical

Motivated

Objective

Tenacious

Sociable

Friendly

Realistic

Reliable

Resourceful

Respectful

Responsible

Creative

Confident

Traditional

Trustworthy

Unconventional

Unique

Ecclectic

Observant

Innovative

Imaginative

Thorough

Why It's Important to Know Your Strengths

From my experience delivering training programs and seminars about building confidence and self-esteem, people get very quiet when they're are asked to describe five of their best qualities. "I don't know" is the most common response.

Conversely, we're all pretty good at listing our faults and failings. It's as if people don't dare to ask the question, "What's good about me?"

If this describes you, then it's even more important for you to do this exercise.

Words are powerful!

If you come up with a list of your best traits, even if it feels awkward to do so, you'll start believing them.

This new confidence will help you out in both your career and your personal life.

Are You Creative?

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Positive Descriptions for College Applications

Optimistic

Accomplished

Adept

Analytical

Articulate

Artistic

Self-Disciplined

Controversial

Individual

Tolerant

Reflective

Participatory

Selfless

Sophisticated

Commited

Strong

Successful

Diplomatic

Talented

Team player

Fun

Intelligent

Changeable

Passionate

Intense

Intuitive

Upbeat

Vibrant

Funny

Constructive

Hard-Working

Dependable

Direct

Collaborative

Loyal

Engaged

Empathetic

Observant

Thoughtful

Are You Diplomatic?

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How to Turn a "Negative" Into a Positive

What would you say if you were asked, "What's your biggest weakness?"

Not sure? You might even wonder why employers even ask such a weird question. The objective with a question like this is to see how a person responds when they're thrown off base a little. It's also a way to force an applicant to reflect on how they've grown or want to grow.

The key to answering this question successfully is to show that you've reflected on your personality and have identified ways to improve.

Come up with a few words that you think describe your negative traits. Here are a few examples:

  • controlling
  • rude
  • shy

Ok, now with a little thinking and reflection these traits could provide insights into your best qualities. For example, a controlling person might have a hard time asking for help.

Have you ever wished you'd accepted an offer of help from a friend or co-worker? Are you aware of the benefits of not always being in charge?

If so, you're looking for opportunities to let go and work with others for better results.

Rudeness can easily be re-framed as bluntness and honesty. But you may feel that you can be a bit too honest at times.

Describe a situation when you said something that may have been true, but that you wished you'd kept to yourself. Then explain that you're working on making your feedback more constructive.

There's nothing wrong with shyness, but you may feel that it holds you back from participating fully. Maybe there have been times when you wished you'd been more assertive. Explain that you're working on speaking up more and overcome your fear of offending others.

Words to Describe Yourself on Online Dating Sites

Direct

Enthusiastic

Spontaneous

Open

Adventurous

Lighthearted

Communicative

Passionate

Witty

Self-Aware

Playful

Strong-Willed

Easy-Going

Intellectual

Silly

Responsive

Big-Hearted

Intense

Unique Adjectives to Describe Your Personality

Competitive

Political

Socially Conscious

Modest

Courageous

Enthusiastic

Enterprising

Entrepreneurial

Facilitator

Focused

Genuine

Open-Minded

Wise

Sensitive

Witty

Sensible

Sincere

Skilled

Solid

Communicative

Helpful

Fast

Responsible

Results-Driven

Results-Oriented

Self-Reliant

Organised

Knowledgeable

Logical

Personable

Amiable

Flexible

Adaptable

Persuasive

Perceptive

Insightful

Trustworthy

Easy-Going

Visionary

Imaginative

Warm

Ambitious

Diplomatic

Curious

Persuasive

Ask Yourself Now: "What's good about you?"

How many descriptive words can you come up with? Knowing how to describe yourself is something that comes in very useful especially on resumes, on job applications, and when meeting new people.

On top of that, many of us use dating websites or forums and have profile pages on various websites that ask us to describe ourselves or provide a bio. In the online world, the only tools we have available to make an impression are words. So using them to create a good online perception and making the most of our online relationships is important.

An added bonus to knowing how to describe our positive qualities is that it helps us combat all the negative talk that goes on in our heads -- the voice that continually tells us what and where we're going wrong.

What to Do With Your List of Positive Qualities

So, how did you get on? How does it feel to identify your positive qualities? Good, I hope!

You may have undertaken this exercise because your teacher asked you to. Perhaps you're about to interview for a job or are making an online profile. In any case, here are some "next steps" to make the best use of the list you've made:

  • Look over your list of adjectives. Say them out loud to yourself with "I am . . ." before each one.
  • If you are interviewing for a job, look back at the job description and circle all the adjectives and phrases on your list that best relate to the position. Pick two or three words that relate to both you and to the job.
  • Be prepared to give examples of specific times when you've demonstrated the adjectives that you've chosen. For example, if you tell the interviewer that you're "reliable," describe projects you have completed on deadline or times when an employer or teacher have commented that they can count on you.
  • If you're applying to a school or university, read over the school's website and look for clues about the kind of student they are looking for. All schools want students that are "hard-working," "inquisitive," and "persistent." Show them your unique qualities. Are you particularly creative and imaginative? Are you exceptionally focused and determined? Do you have a big heart for social justice? Toot your own horn!

How Do I Describe Myself?

 

 

 

Perceptive

Down-to-Earth

Open-Minded

Knowledgable

Logical

Analytical

Quick learner

Genuine

Warm

Inventive

Rebellious

Generous

 

Insightful

 

Take This Quiz: Which Words Describe You?

For each question, choose the best answer for you.

  1. When someone tells you they are sad, do you feel sad too?
    • Yes, always.
    • Pretty often, but not all the time.
    • No, never.
  2. When you have a lot of work to do, do you make a schedule and stick to it?
    • Yes, always, and it helps me get everything done on time.
    • Sometimes, and when I do it works.
    • No, I can never stick to a schedule.
  3. When you cook, do you always follow the recipe?
    • Yes, always.
    • Sometimes, I don't really care.
    • No, I usually don't. I like to wing it.
  4. When people you know are having an argument, do they each come to you to vent?
    • Yes, that happens to me all the time.
    • Sometimes that happens.
    • No, that's never happened to me.
  5. When the group is discussing how to tackle a big project, you listen and think of a plan before speaking up.
    • Yes, that's me.
    • I do that sometimes.
    • No, I can't keep my mouth shut!
  6. Sometimes people tell me not to let the world's problems get to me so much.
    • No, no one's ever said that to me.
    • That happens once in a while.
    • I hear that all the time. As if I can help it!
  7. People comment on how you put things together in a unique, imaginative way.
    • Yes, I have a really good eye.
    • I've heard that compliment a few times.
    • No, I never get comments like that.
  8. Even when you're giving negative feedback, you try to be nice about it.
    • No, I don't really care how my feedback sounds.
    • I usually try to be polite.
    • Yes I try to give feedback so the person can use it and not be offended.
  9. When you encounter cruelty or injustice, you find a way to confront it.
    • No, I don't want to get involved.
    • Injustice really bothers me, but I'd only say something if it was really bad.
    • Yes. Once I see something that's wrong, I have to do something about it.
  10. When you're in a crowded place, you usually get overwhelmed.
    • No, I don't mind big crowds of people.
    • Sometimes I do feel that way.
    • Yes, I have a hard time in crowds. I seem to feel everything that's going on around me.
  11. When you're in the same room with other people, you can easily focus and not be distracted by the group.
    • No, I can never tune out all the conversation.
    • Sometimes, but only if I'm really interested in what I'm doing.
    • Yes, people always always have to say my name more than once to pull me out of my thoughts.
  12. When you're talking with friends, you don't mind having a point of view that nobody else shares. In fact, you like it.
    • Yes, I'm fine with that. If I believe something to be true, I don't care if others agree with me.
    • I'm not super comfortable arguing in general, but if I'm sure of my position I'll stand up for it.
    • No, if I'm the only one who feels a certain way then I'll feel attacked if I say something.

Scoring

For each answer you selected, add up the indicated number of points for each of the possible results. Your final result is the possibility with the greatest number of points at the end.

  1. When someone tells you they are sad, do you feel sad too?
    • Yes, always.
      • Empathetic: +5
      • Analytical: 0
      • Creative: +3
      • Diplomatic: +4
    • Pretty often, but not all the time.
      • Empathetic: +4
      • Analytical: 0
      • Creative: +2
      • Diplomatic: +3
    • No, never.
      • Empathetic: 0
      • Analytical: +4
      • Creative: 0
      • Diplomatic: +2
  2. When you have a lot of work to do, do you make a schedule and stick to it?
    • Yes, always, and it helps me get everything done on time.
      • Empathetic: 0
      • Analytical: +5
      • Creative: +2
      • Diplomatic: 0
    • Sometimes, and when I do it works.
      • Empathetic: 0
      • Analytical: +3
      • Creative: +4
      • Diplomatic: 0
    • No, I can never stick to a schedule.
      • Empathetic: +3
      • Analytical: -1
      • Creative: +2
      • Diplomatic: 0
  3. When you cook, do you always follow the recipe?
    • Yes, always.
      • Empathetic: 0
      • Analytical: +3
      • Creative: -1
      • Diplomatic: 0
    • Sometimes, I don't really care.
      • Empathetic: 0
      • Analytical: -1
      • Creative: +2
      • Diplomatic: 0
    • No, I usually don't. I like to wing it.
      • Empathetic: +2
      • Analytical: -2
      • Creative: +4
      • Diplomatic: 0
  4. When people you know are having an argument, do they each come to you to vent?
    • Yes, that happens to me all the time.
      • Empathetic: +4
      • Analytical: +1
      • Creative: +2
      • Diplomatic: +5
    • Sometimes that happens.
      • Empathetic: +2
      • Analytical: +1
      • Creative: +1
      • Diplomatic: +4
    • No, that's never happened to me.
      • Empathetic: 0
      • Analytical: 0
      • Creative: 0
      • Diplomatic: 0
  5. When the group is discussing how to tackle a big project, you listen and think of a plan before speaking up.
    • Yes, that's me.
      • Empathetic: +1
      • Analytical: +5
      • Creative: +3
      • Diplomatic: 0
    • I do that sometimes.
      • Empathetic: 0
      • Analytical: +3
      • Creative: +2
      • Diplomatic: +1
    • No, I can't keep my mouth shut!
      • Empathetic: +3
      • Analytical: -2
      • Creative: +4
      • Diplomatic: +2
  6. Sometimes people tell me not to let the world's problems get to me so much.
    • No, no one's ever said that to me.
      • Empathetic: -2
      • Analytical: +2
      • Creative: 0
      • Diplomatic: 0
    • That happens once in a while.
      • Empathetic: +2
      • Analytical: 0
      • Creative: +1
      • Diplomatic: +1
    • I hear that all the time. As if I can help it!
      • Empathetic: +5
      • Analytical: 0
      • Creative: +3
      • Diplomatic: 0
  7. People comment on how you put things together in a unique, imaginative way.
    • Yes, I have a really good eye.
      • Empathetic: +2
      • Analytical: +2
      • Creative: +5
      • Diplomatic: 0
    • I've heard that compliment a few times.
      • Empathetic: +1
      • Analytical: +1
      • Creative: +3
      • Diplomatic: 0
    • No, I never get comments like that.
      • Empathetic: 0
      • Analytical: +2
      • Creative: -2
      • Diplomatic: 0
  8. Even when you're giving negative feedback, you try to be nice about it.
    • No, I don't really care how my feedback sounds.
      • Empathetic: -2
      • Analytical: +1
      • Creative: +1
      • Diplomatic: -3
    • I usually try to be polite.
      • Empathetic: -1
      • Analytical: +2
      • Creative: +1
      • Diplomatic: -2
    • Yes I try to give feedback so the person can use it and not be offended.
      • Empathetic: +4
      • Analytical: +1
      • Creative: +1
      • Diplomatic: +5
  9. When you encounter cruelty or injustice, you find a way to confront it.
    • No, I don't want to get involved.
      • Empathetic: 0
      • Analytical: +2
      • Creative: 0
      • Diplomatic: 0
    • Injustice really bothers me, but I'd only say something if it was really bad.
      • Empathetic: +3
      • Analytical: 0
      • Creative: +2
      • Diplomatic: +1
    • Yes. Once I see something that's wrong, I have to do something about it.
      • Empathetic: +3
      • Analytical: 0
      • Creative: +2
      • Diplomatic: +5
  10. When you're in a crowded place, you usually get overwhelmed.
    • No, I don't mind big crowds of people.
      • Empathetic: -3
      • Analytical: +2
      • Creative: -1
      • Diplomatic: 0
    • Sometimes I do feel that way.
      • Empathetic: +3
      • Analytical: 0
      • Creative: +2
      • Diplomatic: +1
    • Yes, I have a hard time in crowds. I seem to feel everything that's going on around me.
      • Empathetic: +5
      • Analytical: 0
      • Creative: +3
      • Diplomatic: +2
  11. When you're in the same room with other people, you can easily focus and not be distracted by the group.
    • No, I can never tune out all the conversation.
      • Empathetic: +4
      • Analytical: -4
      • Creative: +2
      • Diplomatic: 0
    • Sometimes, but only if I'm really interested in what I'm doing.
      • Empathetic: +2
      • Analytical: -2
      • Creative: +1
      • Diplomatic: 0
    • Yes, people always always have to say my name more than once to pull me out of my thoughts.
      • Empathetic: 0
      • Analytical: +5
      • Creative: +1
      • Diplomatic: 0
  12. When you're talking with friends, you don't mind having a point of view that nobody else shares. In fact, you like it.
    • Yes, I'm fine with that. If I believe something to be true, I don't care if others agree with me.
      • Empathetic: -1
      • Analytical: +3
      • Creative: +5
      • Diplomatic: -2
    • I'm not super comfortable arguing in general, but if I'm sure of my position I'll stand up for it.
      • Empathetic: 0
      • Analytical: +2
      • Creative: +3
      • Diplomatic: 0
    • No, if I'm the only one who feels a certain way then I'll feel attacked if I say something.
      • Empathetic: +3
      • Analytical: 0
      • Creative: -2
      • Diplomatic: +1

This table shows the meaning of each possible result:

Empathetic

It's easy to confuse sympathetic and empathetic. When you sympathize, you feel for the other person. When you empathize, you actually see the other person’s perspective from their own shoes without passing judgment. You are an empathetic person. When someone tells you that their heart is broken, you might put your hand over your heart and your eyes might well up. This response will probably make the other person feel a little better and builds a connection. Your empathy will help you bond with others!

Analytical

You are an analytical person if you can work well on your own in a challenging situation. You want to get to the bottom of things. Curiosity drives you to sift and sort through facts and information. You don't like to brag and prefer to just do your thing. You can visualize things when people describe them and can put things into words when others around you can't. You make sensible decisions that you've thought through carefully.

Creative

Creative people are what some scientists call "wise children." This means that they are deeply intelligent but also very open-minded about things. You are a creative person, so you approach the things that excite you with energy and enthusiasm. You don't mind breaking rules and coloring outside the lines, literally and figuratively. You make connections between things that others might not notice. You might be alternate between being introverted and extroverted, and you can be both playful and focused.

Diplomatic

Diplomats are good at bringing people together, even when there's a fight or disagreement going on. They're good listeners and they tend to see the good in people or at least don't just others too harshly. You're diplomatic and you keep the "big picture" in mind, meaning that you'd rather preserve a friendship than let a moment's drama blow everything up. You're essential to any team, job, or friend group!

Questions & Answers

Question: How can I describe myself in three words?

Answer: Go through the list of adjectives in the main article and find the words that most resonate with you. In the article, I advise you to think about who you are when you're on your own and free from outside influences. If you're still struggling to describe yourself think about what's important to you. Are you a tidy person? Are you someone who likes to socialize? What interests you? If a loved one was in trouble how would you react? How have other people complimented you?

To me, the most impressive 3 words to describe someone would be compassionate, generous, warmhearted. With qualities like that, a person can go really far in life.

Question: How would you describe yourself as an engineer or for an engineering job?

Answer: Words that would be appropriate for engineers to describe themselves would include ones such as: research skills, intelligence, mathematical, detail-oriented, precise, perfectionist, exacting, methodological, excellent planning skills, technically minded, ability to critically analyze own work, open to feedback, manually dexterous, technical drawing skills, creative thinking, conceptualization, good communication skills, IT skills, scientific.

All of these words are helpful to describe an engineer but the type of engineering you do or want to do may require additional descriptive words specific to the role.

© 2009 Susana Smith

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mitchie on August 30, 2020:

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Susana Smith (author) from UK on August 15, 2020:

Nope. None of us are. But that doesn't mean we should ignore the positive qualities that we all have.

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