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Everyone Has unique personality

Everybody has one

Everybody has one a personality, that helps in determining the boundaries of your success and life fulfillment.
 It is no exaggeration to say that your personality is one of your most important assets. It has already helped shape your experiences up to now, and it will continue to do so for the rest of your life. Everything you have accomplished to date, all of your expectations for the future, whether you will make a good husband, wife, partner, or parent, even your health can be influenced by your personality and the personalities of those around you. Your personality can limit or expand your options and choices in life, prevent you from sharing certain experiences, or enable you to take full advantage of them.

 It restricts, constraints, and holds back some people and opens up the world of new opportunities to others. How often have you said that someone has a terrific personality? By that, you typically mean the person is affable, pleasant, nice to be around, and easy to get along with—the kind of person you might choose to be a friend, roommate, or colleague at work. If you are a manager, you might choose to hire this person. If you are ready to commit to a relationship, you might want to marry this person, basing your decision on your perception of his or her personality.

 You also know people you describe as having a terrible personality. They may be aloof, hostile, aggressive, unfriendly, unpleasant, or difficult to get along with. You would not hire them or want to associate with them, and they may also be shunned, rejected, and isolated by others. Keep in mind that, while you are making judgments about the personalities of other people, they are making the same kinds of judgments about you. 

These mutual decisions that shape the lives of both the judged and the judges are made countless times, every time we are in a social situation that requires us to interact with new people. Of course, the number and variety of social situations you are involved in are also determined by your personality—for example, your relative sociability or shyness. You know where you rate on that characteristic, just as you no doubt have a reasonably clear picture of what your overall personality is like.

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