the most difficult part is describing myself, so I'll go with things that are important to me - when I was recently considering what sort of job I'd like to perform I started wondering what I enjoyed most about my previous jobs - and I enjoyed helping other people, however cheesy that sounds, I find it difficult to turn down a request and not help someone (even if this smn was a complete a-hole towards me in a big way previously - in working conditions I will help them, in private life if the contact can be ceased then I will cease contact (and maybe help them one last time depending on the situation) and if it can't be ceased - then I will help them).
I am happiest when I can see someone learned sth from me (i.e. when a student in my one on one classes "gets" sth or opens up and stops stressing about the subject). When I was leaving my previous job the line that made the happiest in my leaving greeting card from co-workers was from a guy I worked with who wrote "to always helpful aisa". People sometimes told me that it's "not normal" that I help them out in the way that I sometimes do.
(I know it sounds like bragging, it's not meant to be, it's just what honestly makes me happy and charges my batteries)
I also like giving presents fitting a person and seeing them getting happy as they unpack it (everyone in family wants me to pack their presents cause they like how they look).
I enjoy writing, although when it comes to writing a story nowadays I have trouble going from the idea phase to the actual writing phase. But writing and editing text was always a part of my jobs that I enjoyed (not that it was a big part of my jobs unfortunately - it wasn't, it was just sometimes a tiny highlight here and there).
So when I was figuring out what I'd like to do - I was thinking that it would have to be a job where I can help people or teach them sth or help them overcome some obstacle (I was thinking of this HR part where people get advice on work possibilities, or teaching).
I have trouble with time management, I am very often late (to the point that everyone who knows me is well aware of this unfortunately. I am making some progress but it's a lifelong battle that doesn't seem to be nowhere near end).
There is a saying in my native language about initially burning up towards an idea and then quickly burning out - which my parents used to describe me many times... while I don't think it's as bad as they describe it, I do see this happening unfortunately. I get excited with a new idea and think of the ways of implementing it in real life and then either start it and then move on to the next thing, or move on to the next thing without starting the first thing (but with intention of doing so and going back to the implementation part as soon as I've figured out the new idea... this obviously leads to unfinished ideas.)
Idk what else to write (I've rambled quite a bit above). I could maybe answer some questions (I kind of expect none after this much rambling though tbh - if anyone has the patience to read it...)
hmm I like and dislike "people" as a whole in general. I like them in the sense that I want everyone to be happy and things to be good. And dislike them in the sense that when I look around I see so much pointless bickering and back-stabbing instead of people actually cooperating. Annoys me to no end.
Oh, I have a short temper. Not extremely short temper, but still, it is there visible enough for family members to notice. This part of some of the IEE descriptions unfortunately rings true (explosive anger). But maybe this can be a difference between EII subtypes too...?
I remember being a little child (Idk maybe 6years old?) and looking up at my EII-Fi grandma (whom I've seen angered only twice over the course of my entire life even up till now) and thinking that she's the best person I know, that she's like an angel and (with regret then when I didn't realise how much must be held and tamed inside her) that I'll never be like her no matter how much I try.
Oh, and (in case you haven't noticed yet, lol
- I have trouble staying concise in speech and writing - it's almost always a whole "story").