Dear RentMen Visitors, Recently Rowanhunterxxx chose to answer 13 interview questions and his interview was last updated on .
What is your ‘niche’?
Umm, that's an interesting question. I guess in employment, you could say that my niche is data collection and organization and customer service. I know the latter isn't typically looked at as something that people strive for, but I really feel that I have a gift for relating to people, finding out what they want, and delivering it against odds.
If I completely missed the point of this question, sorry about that.
What would you like your followers to know about you that is unique and even a bit personal?
Hmm. I'm really bad at questions like this. I guess one thing that could be seen as unique is my passion for languages. I remember back in my senior year of high school, I really didn't have a life at all. I actually taught myself how to speak, read, and write in modern Greek. I had visited a college for Language Day (something my high school did), and learned a little bit of Russian. I went to school to learn Arabic (but didn't make it through the whole course unfortunately). Also, back in high school, I had taken three years of Spanish. Surprisingly, I soaked up that language like a sponge, and can still hold a pretty decent conversation in Spanish. I'm definitely not fluent in it, anymore, though.
If you have to pick one think that everyone else should absolutely know about you, what would it be?
I know that I'm definitely guilty of having RBF, but I swear that's just my resting face. I'm almost always happy to talk to people, despite how I may look at the time. Just say hello!
What are your greatest personal traits?
I've often been told that I have the gift of gab or a silver tongue. I've always played referree or damage control whenever there was conflict around me. I guess after enough practice doing that, now I can easily calm somebody that's upset, angry, or just stressed out of their mind. It's definitely been one of my greatest talents, and has come in handy more times than I can count.
Tell us what you consider to be your greatest life experience.
I used to live in Monterey, California. Some of my best memories are from my time there. I remember one night in particular, my best friend and I took a long drive down Big Sur, just listening to music, talking about life, and driving down the coast. Afterwards, we went into the woods and built a campfire. I think we actually fell asleep out there, too. That was one of the best, most relaxing days I've ever had. I definitely hope to go back there someday. It's beautiful.
What do you do for fun?
Believe it or not, I'm actually really lazy. I'm usually found binge watching one of several shows on Netflix or Hulu, drawing, writing, or just playing some random mindless game on my phone. Once in a while I like to go out to the bar or the club and just dance until I can't anymore. Not as if I can dance, of course, but I love to let loose once in a while.
What makes you stand out from the crowd?
Honestly, I would think my ability to just live in the moment. I used to always dwell on the past and fret about the future. Then one of my friends put it simply for me. If it's already happened, there's nothing you can do about it. If it hasn't happened yet, there isn't anything you can do about it yet. So why not just live in the now, and live the best life you can.
What are your hobbies? What do you like to do in your spare time?
I've recently gotten really into doing yoga. I was doing it once a week out in Cape Canaveral, but now I've started doing it 2-3 times a week, and hoping to do it more. It's definitely helped with my flexibility, my breathing, and it's just overall relaxing.
How do you go that ‘extra mile' in your life?
I've quite often been accused of being a workaholic, by myself and others. I work at a call center, and I am consistently asking people if they need help with this, that, or the other. I'm one of those strange ones that actually loves paperwork, especially spreadsheets! Call me crazy, but I love taking a jumbled mess of information, and organizing it nice and neat into an easy-to-read spreadsheet.
How often do you travel? Do you prefer to travel or you are more of a homebody?
I really don't travel at all, unless you believe driving 45 minutes to Orlando a couple times a month counts as traveling.
What’s your lifestyle? What makes you who you are?
My lifestyle specifics? I'm not entirely sure I know what you mean here. Talking about specifics about how I live my life and all that? I mean, I'm a pretty easy-going person, but I've been called pretty boring at times. I don't mind going out once in a while to the bar or club, but I'm perfectly content to just hang out in the living room, eating junk food and watching Netflix or Hulu.
What should others absolutely know about you?
They should definitely know that there is certainly more to me than meets the eye. I may just look like a pretty face, but I'm always willing to talk to people about life, philosophy, science, technology, etc. If you know something I don't, I'm absolutely willing to learn.
What do you enjoy most about yourself?
My ability to see the bright side of things and to laugh at myself have definitely been incredibly useful in my life.