In Your Context, What Character Traits are Valued?

“The meaning of the word “character” changes. It is used less to describe traits like selflessness, generosity, self-sacrifice, and other quality that sometimes make worldly success less likely. It is instead used to describe traits like self-control, grit resilience, and tenacity, quality that make worldly success more likely. ” David Brooks, The Road to Character 2015, p. 253.
When you say “character,” what do YOU mean? What traits are valued in your context? How about telling us your context and your top 5 character traits? Thanks.

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