We all love em’.
We all hate em’.
We all got em’.
What’s your personality?
When you honor your strengths you feel less judgmental towards yourself and other people. Truth is, we can’t group personality traits into right, wrong, good and bad because what bothers you about someone might be just what the doctor ordered for someone else. It all depends on chemistry.
All of us have strengths & weaknesses. You can go much further in life by focusing on your strengths, not your weaknesses.
Everyone was meant to come in with their own brand. Other people’s personalities might drive you crazy but life certainly wouldn’t be as exciting without them.
We are all suppose to have different strengths & weaknesses, that’s what creates harmony.
My personality is extremely passionate for better or worse depending on my mood & level of self-control. I choose to make it better by showing up for life fully alive & honoring my drive to learn & achieve. Sure all that fire gives me a short fuse, nothing every happens fast enough for me, and I can’t stand dealing with the mundane details of life. But what good would it do to focus on these things? I couldn’t change them if I tried and if I did I’d lose my passion too!
What are your personality traits? Whatever you are consistently good at and that you enjoy doing, that’s your brand. As long as you’re a human being, personality is par for the course.
But who am I you may ask? And how do I find out what my personality is? Here are some recommendations for you that I have taken myself and used with clients:
- Myers-Briggs Test
- Enneagram Test
- Your Astrological Sign
- Your Numerology Life Path
- Strengths Finder
- Color Code Test
- Strong Interest Inventory Report
Personalities don’t change. The one you’ve got is the one you’ll have for life. You are supposed to be the way you are. Cheers from one personality to another!
Heather Hans, LCSW, MSW, MBA, CPIC, is a Visionary, Healer & Teacher, and the author of The Heart of Self-Love: How to Radiate with Confidence. It is Heather's firm belief that loving oneself is necessary to have fulfilling relationships and a successful life. Join Heather’s 30-Day confidence challenge at avanoo.com