Excellent scores 🙂
If you’d like to you can shorten some of the sentences in the beginning – this will make it easier to pull readers into your story:
I’m not a big fan of labels.
But recently I’ve been playing with mine and assigned myself two — copywriter and content chef.
You might think I’m being cheeky. But the title of chef has a powerful context for me. The word is an anchor to a meaningful event that altered my work forever.
(I’ve taken out “personal” as it’s the same as “for me”)
You’ve got a couple of passive sentences:
I went out of the way to help other servers besides the one I was assigned to.
>> I don’t see this as an issue, but you could shorten the sentence if you like: I went out of the way to help other servers. Isn’t it obvious that it’s not just the one you’ve been assigned to?
The latter type should be ignored anyways.
>> Again, not a big issues, but you could change this into: You want to ignore the latter type anyways. or You and I want to ignore the latter type anyways.
These are just suggestions. It’s your voice and your decision what and how to write (of course!).
Enchant readers. Woo customers. Win business.