Personality Development

This E-book, "Personality Development" consists of 4 articles, a short glimpse of each article is here:

1. Leadership

What does it mean to have leadership skills? Leadership is generally defined as the ability to direct a mass with a proper direction. It means to lead and motivate a group of individuals to achieve a common goal. Good leaders have vision, integrity, humility and work with strategic planning. They understand people, performance and work and know to keep them in balance. Great leaders are clear about their vision and know-how to execute their vision into action. Talking about the action, the thing that separates good leaders and great leaders is the emphasis on action over planning.

2. Body Language: A secret towards a confident life?

“It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it”. Apparently out of all human communication, 60% is non-verbal and 30% is through the tone of voice. It’s simple maths to figure out that 90% of communication we do has nothing to do with words. Have you ever seen someone approaching you and you quickly check them from head to toe to form an image of that person? Sometimes you understand an individual’s personality just by looking at them. It is body language that shapes a person and determines who they become in the future.

3. Non-Verbal in Real Life

Interestingly, people like to know. Know what other people are thinking. Know about their mentality and perception. Know everything that defines them. Even though they would like to know all these things, it is quite a difficult task to interpret them successfully. Also, people have been known to lie quite easily! Hence, it might be misleading to look at or analyze verbal communication. On the other hand, what if we look at their non-verbal. Specifically, body language has been considered a real form of communication which constitutes over 60% of the things we communicate.

4. Testing Personality

Personality is the set of behaviors that reoccur in our daily life and defines us in a set of characteristics genetic or adapted. If you have met enough people, you might notice that most of them are different. This difference can be seen in their consistent behaviors, speech, cognition, etc. That’s why most of them consider the consistent showcase of behavior as one’s personality. Hence, testing them is quite a task when it includes the prospect of diversified insight and biases in the mix. Most people even consider the subject to be underqualified for the test.

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