My top four priorities for work are stability/ reliability, balance, money, and passionate. I would need a stable/ reliable job so I wouldn’t have to worried about losing my job. A deal breaker would be a lack of financial stability because I need to be able to pay my bills and then still have money left over to leisurely spend or for emergencies. Some of the character strengths that I felt accurately described me are gratitude, humor, and curiosity. Humor describes me the most because I like joking around and making others around me laugh.
Certain behaviors are considered ideal when choosing a husband or wife. The parents of the bride or groom choose their son’s or daughter’s spouse; a groom’s parents desire a girl who will grow up to be good-looking and beautiful, because it is said that a man takes great pride in a beautiful wife. Light-skin, good teeth, and good height (not too tall) is desired. One of the most important qualities a groom’s parents desire is a girl with a sweet temper, one who does not become too angry too quickly. Faithfulness and hardworking are also qualities that are desired.
Although I don't want to get married it would be nice to have a girlfriend with those qualities. If I were to chose different traits I would like her to at least be a 6/10 looks wise. My mom didn't choose anything that had to deal with her looks. I would at least like the girl to be cute and have a nice butt. I think I would like a pretty girl so I can brag a little bit about her.
The humanistic view emphasizes human ability, growth, potential, and free will. In this perspective, self-actualization, self-concept, and self-esteem have huge influences over development of ones potential. The trait and temperament view emphasizes personality characteristics and individual differences. There are five main personality traits that one can have. These traits are openness to experiences (also known as inquiring intellect, curiosity, or independence), conscientiousness (also known as dependability, perseverance, superego strength, prudence, or constraint), extraversion (also known as social adaptability, assertiveness, sociability, boldness, or self-confidence), agreeableness (also known as warmth or like-ability), and neuroticism (also known as anxiety or
1.1 Introduction In today’s environment, the ownership is on us, as an individual to take responsibility for our own development, rather than expecting our organization to do it for us. The question, which always ponders over mind is does my personal skills suits to today’s dynamic world? If not, how do I move forward? Hence, the starting point is to introspect, retrospect and do an evaluation through self-assessment tools in order to know myself, strengths and limitations and my ability to perform in dynamic roles in the business environment.
Firstly, I am persistent. No matter how many times I fail, when I really want something, I won’t stop until I get it, so I wouldn’t stop trying until I helped my patient to find a solution for his/her problem. Secondly, I am interested, like to listen to other stories and hate it when they end up sadly. Ever Since I was little, I have loved to talk to others about their personal experiences and give advice when they needed it because it killed me to see that something was bothering them. Thirdly, I am loyal, so if someone asks me not to tell something to others I won’t tell and if I say that I won’t tell, I most of the time fulfill my word.
My Self-Concept My self-concept includes a number of different adjectives and roles, these include both good and bad things. The adjectives I use to describe myself are as follows: kind, loyal, selfish, hard working, apathetic, practical, honest, occasionally rude, and procrastinator. As for the roles that I fill, I am a son, a brother, a friend, a student, the oldest son, and a teacher. Self-concept is a product of many things, it is not just simply what a person is.
My Ideal Self Who/what do you want to achieve/have, why? In the shorter term (3 years), I want to graduate from HELP University’s Degree of Psychology in first-class honours. I understand claims stating such academic achievement is merely a graduation certificate, without guarantee of work opportunities. However, my aim is not motivated towards work opportunities or anything materialistic; I just want to appreciate and value every learning opportunity.
The Big Five Personality Traits are divided into five broad characteristics, which is basically used to describe the variations of human personality. The various characteristics are: • Openness • Agreeableness • Conscientiousness • Neuroticism • Extraversion This model has gained particular popularity as it shows the different traits in a person which comes up with the situational change around the person. Shritika is an entrepreneur by profession and thus meets a lot of client in her workplace. Thus, she shows the trait of Conscientiousness in her behavior of enjoying her work and meeting up new clients is a part of her job role.
He smells wonderful and his appearance was neat and well groomed, whenever she visited his house it was the same. They went to church together regularly and had the same beliefs in God so she thought. He never complained about anything and manage his money and responsibility well, this is all she ever looked for in a man that she was willing to marry. The couple both had caring and supportive parents that help planned and participated in the wedding and one big gift for them both.