You, And Your Behaviour
Personality is made up of the characteristic patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviours. It is however a person’s behaviour that is used as the solitary means of defining his or her personality on a daily basis.
Even worse, it is our behaviour in a new setting and around new persons that actually have the most lasting impressions, and ultimately leads to the friends we have.
Let’s reminisce for a second. Do you remember your first day at high school? Like many others, I’m sure you weren’t displaying your normal characteristics because of the jitters of being in a new setting and around new people.
What did that lead to? It led to you attracting persons who exude the same characteristics, and or, persons who were attracted to those characteristics you were displaying on that first day, as friends. But as the days went on and you became more comfortable in the setting, you let down your guard and the real you ‘came out’, and you started to attract person who share your real characteristics, and or, who are attracted to those characteristics as your new friends.
It is our personality that acts as a repellent or a magnet to persons. So be careful as to the behavioural characteristics that you display, as they will significantly influence the relationships you maintain, and the reputation you leave behind.
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