Every person has a personality that is so complex that it cannot be described completely and accurately just through personality tests. My personality may seem a bit spontaneous at times, but it is usually stable. I see myself as an angry person who just wants things to work out in the end. I was characterized as a “Guardian” by the Keirsey Temperament Sorter, and I agree with this result. Although it may seem as if I am detached or uninterested, in the end I always want to make sure everyone is happy. A lot of my friends and some of my siblings have told me that I act to much like their mom, since I tend to get over protective of those around me. But in order to appear cool and unaffected, I tend to pretend that I do not care for others. It
My character is something I take a lot of pride in. I am known to be honest, kind, and playful. I enjoy having fun but I know my limitations. I know when enough is enough and when it is time to get work done. I think this is why I excel in public and community settings. I know how to make people laugh and feel good about themselves with just a smile. I am also very honest. Since a young age my parents have inspired me to be honest and grateful. I have great work ethic and enjoy being helpful. I am patient
Personality Preferences (Keirsey, n.d.) My personality is defined as “Guardian” which fits my personality perfectly. Guardians are practical and down-to-earth, but they know how to have funs with their friends. They take their duties seriously, are hard workers and are dependable and trustworthy. They are most comfortable when life is structured (Keirsey, n.d.). I am a loyal friend who like to have fun, but follow the rules. My friends have said I am their “voice of reason”. I enjoy socializing with my close group of friends, but I am cautious when meeting new people. I enjoy watching sports, probably because there are defined sets of rule which allow for a fair turn for each team. I do not like when plans change suddenly. I am a planner and when things change I have to alter my plans.
Damion Stone Are Some Decisions Base on: Perception or Reality? Have you ever thought you heard something, but there was nothing there? Have you ever thought you saw someone in the corner of your eye, and when you looked there was no person there? When we look down from a high building on people, do they appear small like ants? Aren't there thousands of occasions when we do misperceive? What is reality and perception? Mainstream science describes reality as "the state of things as they actually exist". So reality is simply: everything we observe. Perception is the process by which organisms interpret and organize sensation to produce a meaningful experience of the world (sapdesignguild.org np). I believe people should base some decisions
After being taught three chapters of psychology I have encountered a wide range of information that has interested me, but perception has definitely interested me the most. It has interested me the most because ever since I was a kid I wondered why things closer to the car seemed to be moving faster than objects in the distance. Perception is the body's abilities to sense or detect something through its senses. We use perception everyday as it plays a large role in human life due to the fact that almost everything we encounter can be detected by our five senses.
My personality is quite similar to who I am when describing myself. I am also a person who values other people and being surrounded by others. I am the one who makes tries to lighten the mood during a heavy or deep situation. I also tend to always put others before myself because I strive to help others find their happiness. I am definitely a fun and outgoing person. I love putting a smile on others’ faces and I love to laugh on a daily basis. Additionally, I am also quite serious, responsible, and well organized. Overall, I would say that I have a “go-getter” attitude/personality, but I am quite the lively person as well.
I set very high standards for myself and am not satisfied with just a mediocre performance. This characteristic has driven me to excel in school. My dedication and hard work have earned me top marks in my classes. It has also enabled me to excel in work, as I like to go above and beyond to get the job done and done well. While this characteristic has its positives, it also comes with its fair share of drawbacks. I often spend copious hours overanalysing and completing tasks that should be completed in a relatively brief time span. I’m hard on myself when something doesn’t produce results that I had hoped or expected. I often think about how my life would be different if I could just settle for a bit little less, but realize this characteristic is just one of the many that make me who I
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I don’t know what it means to live. I thought it was for love, for compassion, yet all anyone cares about is economics. I try to unveil the mysteries of the world everyday, but I fail. Maybe I am looking in the wrong place, I think. Maybe I don’t know
03/07/2018 // Entry #6: Perception vs. Reality How does one align perception so that it best matches reality, and why does one need to do so? Imagine a scenario where a customer confronts a retail worker. The customer wanted to return her bed set because it did not meet her expectations.
PERCEPTION Perception is defined as how you look at others and the world around you. Being able to select, organize and intercept information starts the perceptual process. Perception affects the way people communicate with others. An individual’s pattern of thinking can affect their perception of others. Most people communicate best with people of similar cultures.
As I prepared to re-enter life as a college student after a few years away from the classroom, I wanted to be intentional with the classes I choose. Yes, I need to fulfill the art requirement for my degree, so there is a larger picture at play, though I believe this course can also meet my desire to learn about how people would illustrate self-expression with the resources available to them at that particular time.
Reality or just Perception? Imagine one day you wake up and look out the window. Nevertheless, what you see is nothing like your local neighbor’s house. But a jungle full of wild animals. You know the jungle is not real...or is it? This comes to the question, what is the reality? Is it something we see immediately? Is it something we believe in? Reality could be anything. But what happens if what we view isn’t real? What if reality was just a misconception? In some cases, our brain would imagine something much more than reality. Even the most realistic objects in the world could just be a misconception. Perception and reality are not just different in a way. But are two clashing words that you may not quite realize.
The opening statement of the article Looks can deceive: Why Perception and Reality Don't Always Match Up by Christof Koch reads as follows; “When you are facing a tricky task, your view of the world may not be as accurate as you think” (Koch, 2010) In this article Koch argues
Josh Di Nieri Prof. Rubino MGT 360 November 27, 2017 Personal Development Plan I am a pretty well rounded individual although not perfect by any means. Throughout my life, I have always tried my best to be friendly to everyone and optimistic in all situations. I don’t think anyone would ever describe me as a critical or aggressive person. I’ve always been willing to give advice and be encouraging to anyone that I felt needed it. I believe that I am a fairly conscientious person in that I have always been careful and diligent when it comes to work and other life choices. I’ve always been organized and usually don’t act on pure impulse alone. I’ve never been described as traditional or conventional. I’ve always been open to new experiences and relish every opportunity that can make me a more well-rounded person. People would also describe me as a fairly intelligent individual with a vivid imagination. My weaknesses, however, would have to include my ability to develop people and team process. I’ve always been encouraging, but I can improve upon my ability to develop people by providing feedback to individuals on their performances and recognizing individual contributions when I am part of a team.