Personality Development Tips

Is this the secret to Personality Development in India?

by on Apr.17, 2016, under Personality Development For Beginners, Personality Development Videos

You won’t believe what this strange man from India thinks about developing you personality…

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Top 5 Questions You Need To Ask YOURSELF About Your Personality (number 2 may shock you!) – Powerpoint included

by on Apr.04, 2016, under Personality Development Ppts, Personality Development Theory

Take this powerpoint (ppt) to heart. They can change your life if you really dig in and put them to good use in your life:

Tell us which question (on slide #2) you thought was the hardest to answer!

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आप हिंदी में यहाँ और अधिक पदों को देखने के लिए करना चाहेंगे?

by on Feb.02, 2016, under Personality Development Tips, personality development tips for students

हाय वहाँ है, इस ब्लॉग को पढ़ने के लिए एक बार फिर धन्यवाद !
आप और अधिक व्यक्तित्व विकास के सुझाव और लेख हिंदी भाषा में लिखा देखना चाहेंगे ?
नीचे एक टिप्पणी पोस्ट मुझे पता है कि आप क्या सोचते हैं ।

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Personality Development Video Tips For Students – Facing Critisism

by on Apr.15, 2013, under Personality Development Courses, personality development tips for students

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Personality Development Tips For Men – PPt download

by on Apr.07, 2013, under Personality Development Ppts, Personality Development Tips, personality development tips for students

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Body Language Secrets of The Personality Professionals – Video

by on Mar.30, 2013, under Personality Development For Beginners, Personality Development Tips, personality development tips for students

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Free Download – Ppt Personality Development Tips For A Winning Approach To Life

by on Mar.21, 2013, under Personality Development Courses, Personality Development Ppts, Personality Development Tips

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5 Ways To Stay Focused & Achieve Your Goals

by on Mar.16, 2013, under Personality Development Tips, personality development tips for students

No matter how excited you are, with so many distractions and things that may be going on in your life, you can easily find yourself losing focus on your goals and what you want to accomplish. Below you will find 5 things that will help you stay focused on your goals.

If you find yourself at times having a negative attitude, you must realize that the way you look at things can make all the difference when it comes to reaching your goals. Even when obstacles stand in your way, maintaining a positive attitude, not a negative one and knowing that things can and will get better, will help you stay on track in reaching your goals.

You probably have heard the saying, “So many things to do and not enough time to do them.” Even though that may be true, you still have to complete them all, especially if these things help you to reach your goals. To make it easier for you, just take 1 thing you have to do and complete that task until it is done. When it is done, you will feel a sense of accomplishment and it will motivate you to move on to your next task.

Take a moment to put things in order. If people write to you or send you orders in the mail, make 3 piles. Put the letters that need to be answered right away in the 1st pile. Letters that can be answered at a later date you can put in the 2nd pile and letters that have orders in them, you can put in the 3rd pile. Doing things like this in other areas of your life will help you keep things in priority and keep you focused on your goals.

Everything in life, if it is worth it, will take time. This goes for the goals you set for yourself. When you set goals, you should set 2 types of goals. A short term goal such as 6 months and also a long range goal, such as 3 years. You must realize that you are not going to reach your long term goals in 2 weeks. Whatever your goals may be, only through hard work, determination and keeping yourself focused, this is the way you will eventually reach your goals.

Reading articles, books or even listening to cassette tapes on motivation is a must if you want to keep yourself focused on your goals. Many successful people will tell you that even when they wanted to give up and throw in the towel, a paragraph in a book or something a motivational speaker said put them back on the right track and helped them reach their goals. So if you want to stay focused on your goals, take these 5 points and put them into action today.

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Tips to Embrace Your Personality

by on Oct.19, 2010, under Personality Development Tips

Personality consists of our thoughts, feelings, emotions, attitudes and behaviours. Our personality may be reflected in the goals we set ourselves. It is who we are. What follows are tips and suggestions to help you embrace and accept your personality and hopefully make you feel happier in the process. I also consider the idea of changing your personality and end by a consideration of how well you know and accept yourself.

  • You could begin by taking a personality test. There are many available on the internet, or you can buy a book. Else you can take the time to reflect on who you are.
  • Try to do what feels right for you, not what you feel you are expected to do.
  • Do the things that deep down make you happy and you feel comfortable with.
  • Be yourself.
  • Try to find a job that suits your personality. Not doing so can make you feel very uncomfortable and unhappy.
  • Accept other people. Do not assume that your personality is the right one and anything else is incorrect.

Happiness for introverts

  • Make regular time for yourself.
  • Take time to unwind if you have been surrounded by large groups of people.
  • Keep a journal.
  • Stand by your beliefs. To do otherwise will make you unhappy.
  • Have hobbies that give you alone time.
  • Trust your intuition, it may help you make decisions.
  • Forget societal pressure to be more extroverted. Remember, extroversion is not who you are, so enjoy being you.
  • Allow extroverts to do their bit and feel comfortable doing what you do best.

Happiness for extroverts

  • Join a group or class.
  • Learn something new at every opportunity.
  • Set goals for yourself and relish the feeling of achievement.
  • Phone your friends and family.
  • Arrange regular activities with other people.
  • Do a job that allows you to work in a group and allows regular contact with others.
  • Remember that introverts are happy as they are, so try to appreciate them.

Changing your personalityYour ability to change your personality is one for debate. If you believe that genetics plays a large role in your personality development or that personality is developed during childhood and is now fixed, then the potential for change will be limited. However, what is important is that you embrace all elements of your personality. After all, you can at least change your attitude towards your personality. Think of how your different traits are strengths to you and then use them in positive ways.

If however, you believe that your personality can go on changing throughout life, then think about the changes that you would like to make. However, you should change what you want to change, rather than feeling compelled to change. Change can also be about stepping out of your comfort zone. As such, you may do things that you believe you simply cannot do. Having completed them however, such actions will be assimilated into who you are and as a consequence, your personality has undergone a subtle shift.

How well do you know yourself?

Which is correct? How you perceive yourself, or how others perceive you? Watch an episode of Big Brother and you are likely to see a person shocked at how other people in the house perceive them. There is a difference between how they regard themselves and how they are perceived.
Think about your own life. Have you ever been told something about yourself that surprised you? Did you reject it or reflect on it? Sometimes we may underestimate who we are, or reject qualities we do not want a part of. If the disparity seems quite frequent, maybe it is time to reflect on who you are and acknowledge all aspects of yourself.

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Personality tips: what’s the difference between extroverts and introverts?

by on Oct.19, 2010, under Personality Development Tips

People are raised being taught that everyone is different. Each person is given their own personality. If everyone had the same personality type, the world would indeed be a boring place to live. There are many factors that define a person’s personality type. There are two extremes for each of these factors. One of these factors contains the two extremes known as extroverted and introverted. What exactly do these mean for a person?

What is extroverted?

Extroverted people are in the more outgoing group of people. They are the “social butterflies” of our society. They are the ones who are more apt to greet people and just join into the group that has already formed. An extrovert loves to be around other people. In fact, they often thrive on it.

Extroverts are also more likely to immerse themselves into the more fast paced jobs and other aspects of society. Slower jobs that take a long time to complete frustrate these types of people. They do not possess the patience to complete these tasks efficiently. They like a variety in their work with lots of change and lots of action. They do not mind being interrupted from their tasks by things such as a telephone call. Extroverts like to see the results of their jobs and enjoy seeing how other people do the same job. They are quick workers, but dislike jobs that are complicated.

Extroverts are also very good communicators especially verbally. With this there are also some downfalls, though. They often will act or speak quickly without thinking. This can sometimes be a dangerous thing often getting them into trouble. They also learn how to do things much better through their verbal communication and hands-on learning

What is Introverted?

Introverts are the exact opposites of extroverts in many ways. They are the shyer, quieter people of the world. They often have trouble remembering names and/or faces of people they have met. They prefer to work alone lost in their own thought rather than working with other people on a project. Introverts are often seen as the “loners” of society.

Introverts enjoy working on jobs that require a lot of thinking and that take long periods of time to complete. They are very detail oriented and think everything through thoroughly rather than making quick judgments about something. An introvert does not mind working on a single project for a long period of time and prefers to do so without any interruptions. They like for things to be quiet to aid in their concentration. They are also interested in the idea behind their job rather than how to do it.

Introverted people are better communicators through writing and other non-verbal techniques. They like to take the time to think before they speak and act and writing gives them the time that they need. Introverts sometimes have trouble getting their ideas across to others effectively. They find it easier to learn things through reading about it rather than experiencing it.

No matter which of these categories a person falls under, it is not a set stereotype. Many people carry attributes from both categories with varying degrees. A person labeled as one or the other does not need to hold true to the stereotype. Everyone is different. These are only the extremes on a wide spectrum of personality types and should be coupled with other factors to create a more accurate personality analysis.

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