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3 main factors that influence personality formation
- Biological factors. These may include appearance, body type, maturation rate, as well as genetic and hereditary features.
- Cultural factors. The person's social environment, a way of thinking, values, accumulated knowledge and experience, goals, etc.
- Family. Interaction with parents and their moral principles create a foundation for the child's formation as an individual and his/her developing social skills.
So which traits characterize a strong person and how to develop them?
Confident people earn more and scale the career ladder faster. They always have a certain advantage over self-conscious people. The easiest way to develop this quality is through exercise! Gaining control over your own body ensures your physical strength as well as emotional stability.
2. A sense of humor
Laughing helps to fight stress, attract other people, and see the world in a positive way. In order to develop your sense of humor, stop taking things too seriously and learn to laugh at yourself.
In contradiction to the common misconception, the best employees don't work themselves into the ground, but simply know how to distribute their resources properly and focus on the set tasks. To boost your efficiency, try to get completely immersed into the process and not get distracted by other matters.
The quality such as charisma can be easily developed by any person. You just need to learn how to listen to other people, stay natural, and try to look the person in the eye during the conversation. Along with this, don't forget to smile!
5. The ability to say "no"
When a person gives more than gets in return, it can lead to stress. Don't be afraid of offending someone with your refusal, especially people who use you for their own ends and don't appreciate your kindness. Remember: the inability to say "no" is indicative of a low self-esteem.
As it has already been mentioned above, any one of us can become a strong person. Do you possess the qualities listed above or do you only strive to develop them? Tell us in the comments below!