No two people are identical. Even like twins can have a very different personality and different definitions of happiness and success. Each of us has a unique temperament; a set of personality features that reflect our beliefs, values and abilities. Temperament is the communication of communication and action – what we say and what we do. Entering these practices and behavior of others can help improve personal relationships, find dreams and achieve life goals. Whether chasing financial success or looking for a soulmate, recognizing unique features, bugs and strengths is an important tool. This self-awareness encourages personal growth and improves relationships with others.
With extensive human behavior research, we know the four basic foundations as a craftsman, guardian, wise and idealist. Which one fits your personality? Are you a careful, careful guardian of what everyone is related to keeping things going well? A free-spirited artisan, living at the moment and believing anything is possible? Or warmly an idealist who deserves important relationships and seeks self-consciousness? You may even be that which is uncommon, sensible. Rational personality flourished in up to 5 percent of the nation, by analyzing how the systems work and running for them to work better. Impressive thoughts like Albert Einstein, Marie Curie and Walt Disney can be uncommon but they are fearless entrepreneurs.
Communication style is determined by a mood that affects both professional and personal relationships. The concrete server is easy to discuss about tangible reality; family, home, facts and numbers. A Abstract Communicator is always asking, "why?" Egypt "what if?" If this describes your personality, you are more concerned with theories, philosophies and possibilities. In short, concrete people talk about reality, abstract people talk about ideas.
Temperament also controls actions; how to overcome challenges and achieve goals Again there are two different types of actions. The efficient helper does not get too much rules and paperwork. He makes a pragmatic beeline for those actions that get results. The co-worker is more concerned about correct and simple behavior; function of action is secondary.
These two behaviors can overlap, certainly, but when they lead their lives, physically do people what works; Collaborators do what is right. Recognizing the difference is the key to self-awareness.
Like Concrete Cooperatives, tell the guardians about obligations and responsibilities. They obey the laws and follow the rules. Better cooperatives award experience; They know what worked in the past and see no reason to fix what's not broken.
Like Abstract Cooperators, Idealists often talk about possibilities, always trying to achieve their goals without compromising personal ethics.
As counselors, artists talk about things that are in front of them, doing what works, even if it means turning the rules.
Like Utilitari writers, rationals are problem-free that can ignore arbitrary rules and agreements to achieve the goal.
This is the first in a series of articles that help achieve goals and gain self-awareness with a sense of personal mood. Next time: Guardians