What I like about being a Reformer
- I am self-disciplined and have achieved many things.
- I have high standards and ethics and never compromise myself.
- I am reasonable, responsible and dedicated to everything I do.
- I like to be the best that I can be.
What I don’t like about being a Reformer
- I’m disappointed with myself and others for not meeting my expectations.
- I’m a perfectionist and not always appreciated by people.
- I get angry when other people don’t try as hard as I do.
- I am too intense about everything and burdened by responsibilities.
Things I would never do
- Laugh off criticism
- Forgive myself for making mistakes.
- Neglect my own interests.
- Be late for an appointment.
How to relate with me
- Help to share some of the responsibility.
- Congratulate me on my achievements.
- Help me to be less critical.
- Show me you value my advice
- Encourage me to take myself less seriously.
- Apologise if you have upset me, it will help me to forgive.
Things people say about me
- “He is a perfectionist and works hard at getting everything right.”
- “He can be relied on to finish an assignment, even if it means taking the work home.”
- “He won’t do anything he believes is unethical.”
Things I should affirm to myself
- It’s all right to relax and laugh at myself.
- It’s all right to make mistakes.
- I will learn not to take myself too seriously or constantly demand perfection.