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Editorial - Journal of Psychology and Cognition (2021) Volume 6, Issue 9

The importance of personality development.

Neha Kouser*

Department of Pharmaceutics, Osmania University, Hyderabad, Telangana, India

*Corresponding Author:
Neha Kouser
Department of Pharmaceutics
Osmania University, Hyderabad Telangana India
E-mail: [email protected]

Accepted Date: September 29, 2021;

Citation: Neha K (2021) The importance of personality development. J Psychol Cognition Vol.6 No.9: 1.

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What is personality development?

Building your capacities, cultivating your talent, strengthening new skill sets, focusing on your flaws, and changing them into strengths are all part of personal development.

You have a collection of skills that is unique to you. Your potential is vast, and investing in personality development allows you to fully realise it. Individual personality development enhances your talents and aids in the realisation of your desires and goals.

You must develop both your inner and outside selves in order to become more charismatic. Personality development is undeniably important in both personal and professional life.

Take, for example, Ramesh, a lawyer who rose quickly to the top of his business. His co-workers were constantly amazed at how quickly he ascended the corporate ladder. His supervisor, though, was the only one who understood how hard he had worked to improve himself. He'd pushed himself outside his comfort zone in order to become a better version of himself. Ramesh had realised the significance of personal growth.

When it comes to personal growth, there is no replacement for hard effort. It is in your best interest to grasp it as quickly as possible. Consider how to create personality, devise a strategy, establish a goal, and work toward it every day.

If we want to, we can become the best version of ourselves. So, if you're ready to become the best version of yourself, here are some helpful personality development tips:

When you hear the word personality, who comes to mind? Barack Hussein Obama? Are you familiar with Amitabh Bachchan? Isn't it Jacinda Ardern?

Isn't it likely that all three are true? They're all known for their outgoing personalities that leave an impression on others. Their particular personality, which inspires millions of others, is what sets them apart.

What does it mean to have a personality?

It's a set of characteristics, actions, and attitudes that characterise a person. Personality is derived from the Latin term persona, which refers to a theatrical mask used by actors in various roles. Today, it means much more than that.

When you think about Amitabh Bachan's personality, you think of everything that fascinates you about him. Acting skills, baritone voice, ageless fitness, role selection, hard effort and perseverance, and body language. Improving your personality is challenging, but not impossible. Investing in yourself, your characteristics, and your progress is an important part of personal development.

Tips for personality development

• Leave your comfort zone

• Make every day count

• Define your area of excellence

• Be optimistic

• Evaluate yourself

• Network

• Read a lot

• Improve your body language

Leave your comfort zone: Come out of your shell and see what the world has to offer. A comfort zone is a suffocating environment. Staying in one's comfort zone means missing out on opportunities to try new things and learn about one. Try engaging with a group of individuals more the next time you meet them. Introduce yourself and strike up a discussion with someone. Stay out of the corner and away from your phone. Make eye contact with others.

Make every day count: Plan out your time management approach and gradually improve it. Start your days off correctly. Take some time each morning to read something inspiring. Make a list of what you'll be doing that day. Keep your greater purpose in mind when choosing activities. From time to time, put yourself to the test. Discover something new. Be inventive. Make a career out of what you're passionate about. Take chances. Do not be afraid of failing. "Today is life-the only life you can be sure of," said performance coach Dale Carnegie. Make the most of the present moment. Take a keen interest in something. Get up and shake yourself awake. Create a pastime. Allow yourself to get carried away by the winds of excitement. "Live today to the fullest."

Be optimistic: Learn to be optimistic about the future. Being upbeat can assist you in identifying and pursuing possibilities. Failures are seen as setbacks by optimistic individuals. Even in the face of obstacles and disappointments, positive individuals strive to find a solution.

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