Personalities differ with one person to another. Dealing with other people according to their personality will make the team stronger. Knowing personality type can help me to understand myself better and to improve on my weaknesses.
Personality defines individuals’ inner characters and who they are as a person. Their behavior patterns are consistent around other people as well by themselves. Even though people hide their true personality in social settings, eventually their inner nature comes out.
Personality features define who I am. One of my strong personality traits that I have is friendliness. Even though other people are unfriendly and unwelcome toward me, I show kindness to them. A popular saying, “Treat others as you would like to be treated,” fits this type of trait and that is how I want to live by. Another personality feature I am strong in is giving. Giving resources like time and money give me self-satisfaction. Knowing I played a part in someone’s life is fulfilling. Volunteering my time at Relay for Life, sponsored by American Cancer Society, was a fun experience. The event was from sunset to sunrise. The darkness represented the cancer. Throughout the night, I was walking around the track. Sunrise represented a new hope and winning the battle against cancer.
I have some negative sides to my personality. I like to give but sometimes I give too much. For example, I have a Project due the next day and my friend asks if I could help her turn on her phone. Activating a phone can wait another day but in her mind it is a matter of life and death. So I tend to give in to what other people want instead of doing what I need to be doing. As far a time and money go, I am still learning how to manage time and money.
Usually, how others view me is the same as how I see myself. I have noticed people who are true to themselves recognize my personality. These people appreciate who I am and what I do for them. They also notice my faults. People on the other side of the spectrum are those who always think about themselves and believe they are right and everybody else is wrong. These types of people do not see me for whom I am. Majority of the time others view my personality the same as how I view...