On that note, I'm pretty introspective. I really take pride in being able to internalize random events and turn them into meaningful self-improvement moments. It's easy to blame others for things that have been done to you, but since we can really only control our part, why shouldn't we be more focused on our approach? Sometimes, you're your own best critic!
Opinions are sexy. Really, I think the best conversational chemistry I have are with people who take the time to come to conclusions on various and often silly topics. Also sexy: being rational. You have no idea how hot it makes me when people do the correct thing on a humanitarian level. Don't be a jerk, asshole! :)
I'm fairly career-driven, but it doesn't consume me. I work a lot, but I make time for the things that truly matter to me in life. You'll know that you're driven by your true passions when you're out until 3am and you know you have work that morning. Tomorrow may be brutal, but it's absolutely worth it.
I like happy people! I'm fortunate to not have any psychological issues or bouts of depression getting in my way -- thanks genetics! But really, what's the point of anger, rage, or being upset at the world? I suppose this goes back to being introspective. Find the shit that's bothering you and figure out how you can deal with it and get past it. Once you've done that enough, it's easier to realize that anger is a silly emotion. I can't remember anything I've done and said "Holy shit, this would be much more awesome if I were pissed the fuck off" Now I'll be up another few hours thinking of these corner cases. Yay.
I appreciate it when people explain how they feel about something. Emotions are great when used constructively. Everyone shames them or blames them when things go poorly. Embrace your feelings. I've met people who are proud to say that they avoid or suppress their emotions. I find myself asking "How do I feel about that?" in many situations. I feel like it's a nice blend of introducing emotions into logic and reason and not acting too impulsively or acting cold.