That’s smart of you to try to think of a quality that isn’t the usual: leader, determined, etc. and get one even more specific and unique to who you are. Brava! I like the idea of spontaneous (impulsive may be the negative side, sometimes a problems in itself…but if you can also show the upside!). Start with an example of a “time” you were impulsive, then give background explaining your tendency to be this way, then explain how you handled it, talk about the good and bad of your quality (with other smaller life examples) and what you learned about yourself. Done. Great essay!
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S o far, the most-studied effort to train people in emotional skills is the drive to impart empathy to doctors. Over the past decade, medical schools and hospitals have taken note of a broad body of literature showing that when doctors can put themselves in their patients’ shoes, it leads to better clinical outcomes, more satisfied patients, and fewer burnt-out physicians. And there’s evidence this skill can be taught. A 2014 review found that communication training and role-playing boosted medical students’ and doctors’ empathy levels in eight of 10 high-quality studies.