Integrity & Transparency

We could say that this is the most personal part. I have always considered myself a responsible person, who tries to do what he considers «right». I used to think that integrity referred to that, although now I think it’s closer to acting on what one feels and thinks.

We are increasingly faced with situations that are neither black nor white, but grey. For this reason, these values ​​are the base, the ones that sustain all the others.

In turn, sincerity is fundamental to building healthy relationships. So, to know me better, I want to be honest and tell you my strengths and weaknesses.

Let’s go with the easy, the strong points:

  • Complete Finisher: so much that it goes off the chart… I am a perfectionist, who pays a lot of attention to small details. I try to give my best in each project and I encourage the team to look for the same.

  • Implementer: I like to get things done and find practical solutions to problems and challenges. Creating strategies and carrying them out, both alone and in a team, is one of my strengths.

  • Specialist: as a result of testing in very diverse fields, I feel comfortable contributing tools and more complex ideas, which help the team or myself to overcome obstacles. I love reading and learning new things that I can later apply to my projects.

And, now, the part that not many show, the points to improve:

  • Shaper: it’s true that I feel more comfortable working alone, but when I have to take the initiative in a team, I don’t hesitate to do it. Even so, I prefer to have a more secondary role, focused on making the project progress and the team growing.

  • Team Worker: saying this is strange, because no one says that they are not good at working in a team, since it is a quality that is highly valued. I prefer to be honest and tell you that it is true that I prefer to work alone, but, after studying a teamwork degree and after years launching projects together, I have improved a lot in that aspect.

  • Monitor Evaluator: I have good critical thinking, but sometimes I have a hard time being impartial. I am a rational person, but also emotional, and that is reflected in my work and my life.

Advocate (Test Myers-Briggs)

Advocates (INFJs) may be the rarest personality type of all, but they certainly leave their mark on the world. Idealistic and principled, they aren’t content to coast through life – they want to stand up and make a difference. For Advocate personalities, success doesn’t come from money or status but from seeking fulfillment, helping others, and being a force for good in the world.

While they have lofty goals and ambitions, Advocates shouldn’t be mistaken for idle dreamers. People with this personality type care about integrity, and they’re rarely satisfied until they’ve done what they know to be right. Conscientious to the core, they move through life with a clear sense of their values, and they aim never to lose sight of what truly matters – not according to other people or society at large, but according to their own wisdom and intuition.


  • Creative, Insightful, Principled, Passionate & Altruistic.


  • Sensitive to Criticism, Reluctant to Open Up, Perfectionistic, Avoiding the Ordinary & Prone to Burnout