I am the person of last resort when people come to me in order to make changes in themselves. If I had a nickel for every person that said that I would have a l lot of nickels. I have dealt with everything from anxiety to fear of spiders.
The reason I am different when helping people is what I have learned about personality and how it affects a person's behavior. I employ it as one of my primary tools. I teach people about their personality and the concept of "masking," how the character of those close to them has affected and continues to influence them every day.
In most cases, I can tell a person's personality within a few seconds, and then I know how to approach them. Using that information, I can decide what words and phrases to use, as well as how to approach the subject.
How do you define a personality? Doctors and scientists argue over this point as to what a personality is, and, at the end of the day, no one comes to a conclusion. Many people define personalities differently, and they might all be right. Here is my definition.
“A person’s personality is how they see themselves and how they express themselves to the world, for better or for worse.”
It's really simple and straightforward.
There is a caveat. Most people do not know who they are and how they are perceived by others. The saying “I am who I am and if they don’t like it they can …, well you get my point.
Below is a video for you to watch and below is the personality test to complete.