“You are requested to close the eyes.” This urging that Sigmund Freud experienced in a dream helped to unlock repressed feelings, and gave him insight into his personality. Fortunately, there are now tests available to help us to understand ourselves. Our behavior can be determined and understood by analyzing different aspects of ourselves. The four main aspects are: Decision Making, Self-Concept, Interpersonal Relationships, and Affect.
decision making is very important. Making decisions is really much more complicated than it seems. When I make decisions, my Id, Ego, and Superego decide my fate. Unfortunately for me, my Id wins far too often, as I often do not study enough. Other personality traits, such as my tendency to over-think and analyze too many things, also play a role. This can influence my other behaviors by making me seem cold and distant with others because I’m too busy thinking.
My self-concept is also important. Self-concept is how I view myself. This affects me in a number of ways. My self esteem and role expectations are all based off of my self-concept. My self-concept also can be a self-fulfilling prophecy. If I think that I have low self discipline, then I may subconsciously change my behavior to achieve what I think I am or should be.
My real self still does not meet with my ideal self, which could potentially cause problems, or cause things to go well. My inadequacies in orderliness can never improve as long as I am in the frame of mind that I am not orderly, but it is possible to change that. My self-concept can also lead me to have a society-fulfilling prophecy. That is probably the most contribu table element of my self-concept in that it leads me to conform my beliefs of myself to meet society’s norms. Interpersonal relationships also play an integral role in my behavior. I am deficient interpersonally in my ways.
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On my personality tests, I score very much introverted, but not reclusive. I do not exhibit the trait of shyness, but rather I do not receive much marginal utility by engaging with more people. I have several very close friends and do not attempt to create any new friendships, as they are not needed and are very distracting. When relating to others, I often use a passive strategy and avoid conflict, although if I am very strong in my belief, I will fight back and persuade. The factors that have most impacted my communications would be my agreeableness and openness to new situations. I am conservative and set in my ways to the point that I will not change, causing some difficulty to others trying to talk to me.
My affect is also important. My affect is usually of a steady nature. I am often focused on my situation, ignoring other things. I also am low down, or somewhat depressed.
These factors usually keep me in a calm, very predictable state. I usually do not make too rash of decisions or reactions to others. I also do have a quick temper that can fire up. This factor causes my behavior and actions to radically change and become impulsive.
After analyzing my behavior, I have a greater insight into my personality. My decision making is mostly ruled by my Id, but I also try to analyze things. My self-concept also leads me to alter my behavior and what I think about myself to match society’s norms. My interpersonal relationships also share insight on how my introversion affects my communication. Finally, my affect is run by my down mood, but can drastically change after my temper is released. All of these factors show that our personalities and ourselves, are determined by factors: some genetic, and some environmental, and are all important..
There are many different factors that affect an organisations approach to attracting talent and are both internal and external factors. Some examples of internal factors are the size of a business. A larger business would find it much easier to source this could be because they are more well-known to the public and they would also be more financially able to advertise a post to get a larger range ...