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Part I: Become a Professional > Define Professionalism for Yourself

Chapter 1. Define Professionalism for Yourself

What does “becoming a professional” mean to you? Take a few minutes to think about this, then make a list of all the characteristics you think a “professional” has. Here are some examples. You can use these and add more of your own.

People respect me for what I know.

I follow through on all tasks.

I admit my mistakes and learn from them.

I take responsibility for what I say and do.

I have a reputation for a can-do attitude.

I am reliable and stand by my word.

I get things done on time and with high quality.

I am courteous and positive, even under pressure.

I have a sense of humor, but don’t make fun of others.

People find me easy to work with.

I make and keep commitments.


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