University of Phoenix Material
Using the textbook, the University Library, the Internet, and/or other resources, answer the following questions. Your responses to each question will vary but overall should be 700- to 1,050-words in length.
1. How would you define personality?
I define personality as the combination of characteristics that make you who you are and how you are defined. A personality is just as unique and individual as are the fingerprints we are born with, even though many people may share similar characteristics within their personality, Part of having personality that makes everyone unique is their mannerisms: making hand gestures ...view middle of the document...
I am humble because I am came from nothing and made huge changes in my life. I am funny because I found the positive in every situation and tried to make even the negatives into something good. I am persistent because I learned a long time ago that nothing will be handed to me and that I have to work for it, which is why I also come off rude or too picky about situations.
4. Are your personality features consistent or do they change according to the situation?
My personality changes according to the situation. My beliefs and morals are always consistent but how I go about everything varies. Such examples include (but not limited to): how I operate in class or any other learning environment is not the same as how I’ll act around my close friends because in a learning atmosphere, I am there to learn and make the best out of the experience because I take my education very seriously as oppose to being with my friends, I’ll be messing around and having a good time in a lighter experiences. Another example is how I am when I’m by myself as oppose to how I act when I’m around people: Being surrounded by people, I am more inclined to be social and have conversations with anyone or everyone, making that moment an easy one for everybody. When I am by myself, I am extremely quiet, focused, and determined, so I am hardly the same person as I am seen in public. There are more examples but these are just a few to show how different my personality is through different situations.
5. Have you ever taken a personality test before? If so, what was your reaction to the analysis? If not, what would you...