I used to have a profile that said I liked to travel; eat at all the good restaurants - both cheap and expensive; liked to work out, snowboard, hike, bike, etc.; lead a balanced life in work and play; read a ton of books; could stay in and cook a nice dinner or go out with friends and enjoy a drink or drinks,
but then I thought anyone could say that and probably most guys did.
Then, I thought maybe some examples would be better, such as I I like to travel so I studied abroad in London for a semester in law school, but actually traveled all of Europe during that time; I try to leave the country multiple times a year; I love experiencing new cultures and have traveled to maybe 45-50 countries to do so; I like to find out all the new restaurants and actually try them; I biked 40 miles last weekend, and it hurt - haha; I do an abs class every week; I drink green smoothies; I read lots of things from non-fiction to fiction to the Economist; and I used to work at a big law firm as a patent lawyer, but decided that wasn't for me so now I'm at a smaller law firm that was started with a group of attorneys from that big firm, which allows me to have a balanced life.
Although the first paragraph may be true, one thing I try to do is not just say things, but actually do things. One thing people have noticed is I lead by example. I've found if you are dedicated and give your all to something, you are most of the way there to success.
I've recently found out about a new type of person, which is an ambivert, which is somewhat between an extrovert and introvert. They say that the perception of most leaders or sales people being extroverts may not be quite true. I think ambivert fits me well. I like to have fun and am generally a mellow guy. I try to have good time and laugh as much as possible, and believe you shouldn't take life so seriously. However, I am not lazy, but rather ambitious and driven to excel in what I want to do whether it is my job, being healthy, being adventurous, etc. I like to be introspective and always improve myself, have candid conversations on a variety of topics, and generally learn new things. One thing I like about my job is a learn about a new invention almost daily.