To be a good doer.
Good doers are "natural"volunteers. They like to participate in activities that require actual work,even without pay. And while volunteering is great, good doers make sure thatthey leave enough time for themselves. They schedule their volunteer workappropriately so they don’t tire themselves out.
Your personality leans toward extroversion
Most good doers are extroverts,especially when the work involved requires the constant company of many people.They have an almost perpetual reserve of energy that ignites enthusiasm inothers.
But this doesn't mean introvertsaren't doers. Actually, introverts reign supreme when it comes to doingsolitary work (and play). This means employers shouldn’t be so quick to judgequiet employees!
You teach through action
Good doers prefer to teach by,yes, doing. They demonstrate rather than explain and often encourage their students or mentees to learn by working.
As this isn't always a good thing,good doers make sure to encourage whoever they're teaching to ask questions.They take the time to answer them and give feedback as well.