Keywords：Caring / Attentive / Humble / Supportive / Decency / Indecision
You are kind, compassionate and attentive, always putting others’ needs before your own.
You are calm, humble and supportive.
You are not assertive and put others first, which can be stressful for you at times.
You have a vulnerable, fragile and naive side to you.
You look at people and talk to them when necessary, and you put them first before anything else.
You are a compassionate person with a “gentle” and “non-offensive” expression.
Your compassion often leads you to neglect yourself.
You’re not very good at saying no to requests, and sometimes you take on tasks even when they’re beyond your capacity. Call it “self-sacrifice,” but you’re more than happy to have someone say “thank you” to you.
You are a supportive secretary type of person who dresses cleanly and receives elegantly.
You are dedicated to helping others and your team.
When you have a leader, you can use your supportive spirit and your administrative and receptionist skills to your advantage.
However, your supportive skills are only as good as your leader. The chemistry between you and the leader is very important.
You are unobtrusive and understated, and you act with consideration for others.
You’re the type of person who is attentive, and you’re able to catch what the other person wants and do it before they tell you.
However, your prioritization of others may be seen as an eight-sided attitude.
Being attentive to your surroundings can lead to indecision and ambiguity.