Remember, this isn’t a dating profile; you’re looking to showcase that you fit the job description. Instead of going into a history of who you are and all your hobbies and interests, condense your answer down to a couple of sentences, giving some examples from your work background that shows how you use these positive terms.
For example, your resume summary might benefit from adding that you’re a self-starter. Your work experience may include that you helped with collaborative projects. Your skill set may include that you’re open-minded. The more you use these terms, the more you’ll be able to showcase your soft skills to the hiring manager before you describe yourself during common interview questions.
The first answer is something anyone could say, regardless of whether those things actually describe them. The second answer showcases exactly why those three things apply to you and gives the hiring manager a better idea of how you can be an asset to the company.