Whether in Business or you personally we all have a trademark—something that distinguishes us from everyone else. It’s known as our personality!
By personality, I mean the way you treat others. When you only talk about yourself rather than letting others shine—then you’re known for that, if you’re there when someone needs you then you’re known for that. As you get to know someone else and they get to know you, we learn how we feel around them—whether you feel tense and uncomfortable, or you look forward to seeing them again because they leave you feeling good inside yourself.
This is what few people think about when building relationships. Remember, when you want to do business with someone they have to know, like, and trust you. The same goes for personal relationships between a couple or even in a family. Your child needs to know that you have their back and will be there.e for them when they truly need you. They learn how to treat peers or other adults outside the family by the relationship they have with family members.
Your personality is defined as the combination of characteristics or qualities that form an individual’s distinctive character. That distinctive character is the image you leave them with that they visualize every time they think of you. It’s up to you whether you want to leave a good or bad impression of yourself for the world to see.
Also, think of the celebrities or famous actors you’ve never met but the impression you have of them based on the things you hear about them—-from their accounts on social media, from their answers when they’re being interviewed, or even just reading or hearing about them in the news.
You can always make the effort to change when you leave a poor impression, but that takes work and effort to do so.
How do you want to be remembered in history books in the future!