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Title: For developing a personality cult


1
PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
  • For developing a personality cult
  • To create a strong positive impression
  • To maintain prove in a long run

2
Personality
  • Three Raw materials
  • Physique
  • Intelligence
  • Temperament

3
  • Some examples of traits Cleanliness
  • Honesty
  • Cheerfulness
  • Miserliness, Responsibility

4
DISTRESS / EUSTRESS
Trait that derives its meaning from being related
to a specific thing, person or idea is known as
an Attitude.
  • These terms were used by Selye.
  • Distress Insecure - Helpless- Too much
    pressure/ tension.
  • As a negative influence, it can result in
  • Feelings of distrust,
  • Rejection,
  • Anger, and Depression,
  • In turn can lead to health problems such as
    headaches, upset stomach, rashes, insomnia,
    ulcers, high blood pressure, heart disease, and
    stroke or even death.

5
Stress is not necessarily bad in itself.
Personality is Sum total As he or she
Impresses other men and women
  • Eustress Positive stress accompanies
    achievement and exhilaration.
  • Opportunity when it offers potential gain , e.g.
    Athlete or a Stage performer.
  • Selyes Stress and job performance model applies
    to this conception.

6
  • STRESS CAN ALSO BE CLASSIFIED AS
  • Time Stress LikPersonality Pays
  • Plays important role in
  • Love and marriage
  • Career
  • Social relationsren with Home work for every day
    .
  • Instantaneous Stress
  • Situational Stress - We all are being subjected
    to Situational stress each day and each moment.

7
Personality Consist of Id Ego Superego
Organizational Stressors
Life Stressors
  • Task Demands
  • Life Changes
  • Physical demands
  • Role Demands
  • Interpersonal Demands


8
LIFE CHAN Id represent need-gratification
impulses such as the primitive instinctual drives
of hunger , sexuality and aggression.   Ego is
a balance between primitive drives, morals and
reality while satisfying the Id. It Id's desires
to be expressed, but only when consequences of
these actions are minimal. When Id behavior
conflicts with reality and either society's
morals, norms, and taboos or the individual's
expectations as a result of the internalization
of these morals, norms, and taboos into the
superego. This has got to do more on psychic
functions such as reality-testing, defence,
synthesis of information, intellectual
functioning, and memory.
(Source Book written by Anant R. Sapre )
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The Superego is the moral part of us and
develops due to the moral and ethical restraints
placed on us The super-ego is a symbolic
internalization of the father figure and cultural
regulations. The super-ego tends to stand in
opposition to the desires of the id because of
their conflicting objectives, and is aggressive
towards the ego. The super-ego acts as the
conscience, maintaining our sense of morality.
The super-ego retains the character of the
father Ego stands in between the Id and the
Superego to balance our primitive needs and our
moral beliefs and taboos Ref structural model
of the psyche -- Sigmund Freud super-eg
o".
CONSEQUENCES OF STRESS
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Freud considered the super-ego as a kind of
unconscious ego, wherein one bases judgment not
within conscious logic, but rather within the
subconscious. Wherein apart from id, of which one
is generally unaware, and the conscious ego, of
which one is constantly aware, the mind
constructs ideas and logic based in concepts
instilled within the subconscious by environment,
social norms and potentially instinct.Freud's
theories were constructed based upon his studies
of the human mind. Many theorists postulate that
the mind finds its home within the brain, but
considering the vastness of the brain's reach
throughout the body by way of the nervous system,
it stands to reason that the mind is present
throughout the entire human anatomy.
Stress and Weight Gain How Stress Can Affect
Your Weight
The fight or flight response is triggered in our
bodies
Release of various hormones
Shift in metabolism and blood flow
Dangerous to our health
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Excess of Id, Ego Super Ego may be harmful and
may eat away ones talent. Excess ego may get
get you away from happiness, learning
meaningful life. However, for a complete
personality balance of id, ego super ego is
desired.  Therefore one should be practical in
his approach. Our behavioral traits when
subjected to stressful situations our ability
to maintain balance of mind, make us desirable in
society develop our personality . Consistent
efforts to identify our weaknesses, Self
Apprisals on our attitudes help us developing our
personality
2. Fast Food People are too stressed and busy
to
make healthy dinners at home.
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According to Jung, the personality consists of
six parts the ego, the personal unconscious, the
collective unconscious, the persona, the anima,
and the shadow. Ego is made up of conscious
perceptions, memories, thoughts and feelings. 
Experiences of our lives which have been
repressed or forgotten, can under certain
circumstances be recalled. 
  • Relationship between tobacco smoking and stress
    has long been an area for controversy.
  • Clinical evidence reaffirms that smoking is
    associated with heightened stress.
  • The repeated occurrence of stressed moods
    between chain smoking means that smokers tend to
    experience a distinctly above-average levels of
    daily stress.

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  • CAFFEINE, STRESS AND YOUR HEALTH
  • CCCollective unconscious is a storehouse of
    ancestral memories.
  • Individuals personality does not look backwards
    only to its racial past, but also forwards to a
    goal, which is the development of a unified whole
    known as the self.  The self or psyche, according
    to Jung, has four basic functions.  These are
  • Thought
  • Feelings
  • Sensation
  • Intuition.  Thought seeks to understand the world
    on the basis of a true-false evaluation feeling
    apprehends it on the basis of a
    pleasant-unpleasant evaluation sensation
    perceives things through the senses intuition
    perceives them through an inner awareness

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Personality development is the doctrine of being
creative self ie A man makes his own personality
out of the raw materials of heredity and
experience.  Adlers conception of the nature of
personality thus coincides with the popular idea
that man can be the master, and not the victim,
of his fate. Alder says that the individuals
style of life or law of movement is an expression
of his total personality.  The style of life is
the individuals characteristic way of reacting
to the situations that confront him in life. AND
SLEEP
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  • Men react to stress with a fight or fight
    response.
  • Women are more likely to manage their stress
    with a "tend-and-befriend" response .
  • Men are more vulnerable to the adverse health
    effects of stress.
  • Horney has added the concept of what she calls
    the idealized image.  This is the mental
    picture that a person has of himself as he would
    like to be.  A man who is a failure will picture
    himself as a success. It is a face-saving device
    which enables the individual to retain a good
    opinion of himself in spite of evidence to the
    contrary. This idealized image may help us in
    building positive value to our personality.
    Horney has suggested that people are motivated by
    two basic drives
  • Need of security
  • Need of satisfaction

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The ego we can characterize briefly by saying
that it represents reason.  The superego is the
voice of conscience.  Such a person is naturally
full of conscientious scruples and high-minded to
the point of idealism.  There is some resemblance
here with Jungs intuition types, who are guided
by their convictions.  To the superego-personality
morality is the most important thing, whereas to
the ego-personality the most important thing is
truth.  To the id-personality, on the other hand,
the most important thing is pleasure.
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Following are personality factors upon which the
happiness of a marriage depends 1, A couple who
can share common interests have a firm basis for
their marriage. 2. The ability to co-operate is
a basic requirement for marital success. 3.
Emotional maturity, based on a happy home life in
childhood, is an invaluable asset
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  • Short Term Physical Symptoms
  • Dry Mouth   Success may be defined not in terms
    of money, but as the extent to which each man had
    made use of his superior intellectual gifts.
  • If you truly want to be a creative person, you
    will follow your own inclinations.  You cannot
    create art, literature, or new ideas if you don
    not have the courage to be different.  Almost
    every talented person has had to see his or her
    work through to completion against the criticism
    of others. 
  • Cold hands and feet
  • Increased sweating  
  • Rapid Breathing
  • Faster heart beat
  • Feelings of Nausea, or 'Butterflies in stomach'
    Etc.
  • Long Term Physical Symptoms

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  • Difference between the passive and the
    aggressive persons
  • The assertive person gets fed up rather quickly
    when being taken advantage of. 
  • The unassertive person rebels too late, after
    suffering lots of abuse, but eventually rebels
    just exactly the same way. Passive people are
    dominated because they allow it.
  • Lack of assertiveness is therefore directly tied
    to becoming more fearless.  The equation goes
    something like this as fear diminishes,
    assertion increases. .
  • or too loud
  • Nail biting, grinding teeth, drumming fingers,
    etc.
  • Bad moods
  • d Absenteeism

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One of the most powerful emotions disturbing our
mental tranquility is hatred.  The antidote is
compassion. Greatest fear you may have is the
fear of disapproval.  Rejection actually
hurts. Rejection upsets every individual as it
gives a feeling that the individual is worthless.
At times we remain in jobs because we need
money.  And many people stay in unhappy /
miserable marriages, because they need the
money.
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The degree of a persons success in life is
commensurate with the degree of will-power he has
attained When his mind is developed, we are
ready to take the most important step in
developing the will-power.  This step is to
remove the dichotomy between the head and
heart the intellect Emotion
Thinking feelings
Let the stress reduction begin !
METHODS TO REDUCE STRESS
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Imp. Points for an Ultimate Personality 1.      A
ppearance. 2.      Intelligence. 3.      Smartness
. 4.      Trustworthy, High integrity
Responsibility. 5.      Knowledge, in
depth. 6.      Management 7.      Effective
Communication Efficiency. 8.      Economic
independence. 9.      Morality /
Character. 10.  Being beneficial / advantageous.
Top

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Strong negative aspects to spoil
personality 1.   Unhygienic 2. Hurting
attitude 3. Useless approach 4.   Non-beneficial
communication. 5.   Untrustworthy,Irresponsible,La
ck of integrity. 6.   Below average
performance. 7.    Powerless egoism. 8.    Financi
al indiscipline. 9.    Mismanagements. 10.   Uncon
trolled burst of negative emotions.  
1. ACCUPRESSURE
2. ACCUPUNCTURE
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Factors for Personality Improvement 1.       Plea
sing Physical Presentation. 2.       Body
Language. 3.       Communication. 4.       Maturit
y in Socio-Cultural Values. 5.       Beneficial
Interactions 6.       Understanding
-circumstances/environment. 7.       Intelligence.
8.       Outwitting Defensive Smartness. 9.      
 Concentration and Devotion in duties
10.   Taking care
3. MEDITATION
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11. Accountable  action 12.   Will to
achieve. 13.   Inner-strength to
withstand. 14.   Analytical decisions 15.   Calcul
ated Risk taking 16.   Maturity of
values. 17.   Convincing nature. 18.   Make
others dance to your tunes without their
knowledge. 19.   Speaking language others
understand. 20.   Make them to realize your
positive abilities without your involvement.
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21.   Be the best for good and worst for the bad
in managing. 22.   Do not react but act
sensibly. 23.   Dont suppress emotions, but
eradicate them with positive thinking. 24.   Yoga
Meditation. 25.   Priorities in the order of
advantages and time. 26.   Health
Care. 27.   Voluntary Initiative for learning and
helping. 28.   Financial Management to beget more
pleasure and happiness.   .  
  • Various medications like
  • Allopathic
  • Ayurveda
  • Homeopathy
  • Herbal

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Pre-Requisites 1.       Discipline 2.       Growth
/improvement/Solving oriented Positive
thinking. 3.       Helping tendency. 4.       Zeal
to grow. 5.       Sincerity, integrity and
gratitude. 6.       Concentration and
devotion. 7.       Awareness and
Alertness. 8.       Sociability. 9.       Will-Pow
er. 10.   Not hurting attitude 11.   Interest in
clean and neat appearance. 12.   Command over
language 13.   Responsible output. 14.   Accountab
le actions. 15.   Utilizing Time
Preciously. 16.   Lack of lies, laziness,
jealousy, exploitation, action and words
differing, selfishness at others cost, arguments
outside competition, revenge, lust, hurting
egoism, ignorance
  • Exercise provides a distraction from stressful
    situations, as well as serve as an outlet for
    frustrations.

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  The four aspects influencing personality
are Physical, Social, Psychological and
Philosophical. Physical personality depends upon
pleasing personality indirectly supported by
health, strength and withstanding
capacity. Social personalitys main factors are
social values, communication skill, attitude and
economic independence especially in relation to
wealth. Psychological personality is in tune with
personal values, approach, thinking pattern,
emotional management and influenced by knowledge,
intelligence and smartness. Philosophical
personality is on account of maturity of values
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Main factors for developing a strong personality
in social environment 1.       Pleasing
appearance. 2.       Beneficial
communication. 3.       Adapting and adhering to
social values in interactions. 4.       Developing
confidence of (a)                Sincerity,
integrity and trust. (b)                Completing
duties, fulfilling responsibilities in
time. (c)                Economic independence,
but not being miser. 5.       Additional spices
for the best impression (a)                Awaren
ess and alertness. (b)                Useful
application of knowledge in depth, positive
intelligence and defensive smartness. (c)         
       Self-Confidence, Initiative, dynamism,
leadership qualities, will-power and
self-discipline. (d)                Adaptive to
moral values.
  • The sound of music, when coordinated well with
    one's inner vibration, untangles the knotted and
    stressed out nerves, smoothens the mind-body, and
    promotes well-being in human.
  • Modern therapeutic science says that music has a
    massaging effect on our brain.

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  • Personality is of two types
  • In-built personality
  • Out-ward personality
  • In-built personality refers to ones inner
    strength on account of maturity,morality
    self-confidence
  • Out-ward personality depends upon ones
    potentiality of creating a strong impression with
    others
  • Out-ward personality helps to achieve
    materialistic confidence in-built personality
    helps to attain moral confidence.
  • Developed by Charles Simonton
  • Helped individuals with cancer and other tumors
    to contribute to their own healing.
  • System constitutes visualizing a relaxing
    imageries such as beautiful and peaceful placesa
    beach, a placid lake, a garden full of blossoms
    or chirping birds in boughs.
  • E.g. - The Rainbow Visualization is designed to
    build a child's self-esteem and self-confidence
    in many different areas.

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Techniques for Personality Development 1.
Concentrate on one thing at a time. 2. Understand
how you came to be what you are. 3. Imagine
yourself becoming what you want to be. 4. Suggest
to yourself that you can be what you imagine. 5.
Act the part you want to play in life
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To Sum Up Do not compare your self with others if
you compare you are insulting your self No one
shall manufacture a lock without key, similarly
God wont give problems without solutions Life
laughs with you when you are happy Life smiles at
you when you are happy Life salutes you when you
make others happy Every successful person has a
painful story every painfiul story has a
successful ending Accept the pain get ready for
success
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Easy is to judge mistakes of others Difficult is
to recognize our own mistakes It is easy toi
protect your feet with sleepers then cover the
earth with carpet No one can go back change a
bad beginning but any one can start now create
a successful ending If a problem can be solved no
need to worry about it if a problem can not be
solved what is the use of worrying
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If you miss an opportunity dont fill your eyes
with tears as it may hide another opportunity in
front of you Changing the face can change nothing
but facing the change can change everything Do
not complain about others change yourself if
you want peace Mistakes are painful when they
happen but later on collection of these mistakes
is called experience which leads to success
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Be bold when you loose Be calm when you
win Heated gold becomes ornament. Beaten copper
becomes wires. Depleted stone becomes statue. So
the more pain you get in life you become more
valuable
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