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  1. 1. Presentation on PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Submitted to : Mr. Jaidev Singh Jolly Center :Vikas Marg, Delhi Year :2017-2018 Submitted by : Hricha Dhungel
  3. 3. ACKNOWLWDGEMENT I am very thankful to Frankfinn Institute & very grateful for the strong support and guidance provided to me by my Personality Development teacher Mr. Jaidev Singh Jolly Who helped me in preparing this assignment I am very thankful to him for the same.
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION Personality Development is the sum total of ways in which an individual reacts and interacts with others. Personality is generally defined as the deeply ingrained and relatively enduring patterns of thought, feeling and behavior. In fact, when one refers to personality, it generally implies to all what is unique about an individual, the characteristics that makes one stand out in a crowd.
  5. 5. MERIT : LO1 1. Why is open self personality important? How do you become an open self personality?
  6. 6. OPEN SELF PERSONALITY IS IMPORTANT BECAUSE An Open self personality is who knows others and himself/herself very closely. Having an Open self personality one can maintain good and long term relations and Business contacts with others. I feel more oriented regards to my objective or goals
  7. 7. Contd.. I will share my Dreams, Desires, Hobbies and ambitions with others. I will also respects others Dreams and Ambitions. I will place Helping nature with all like Senior citizens and children. Respect of time and opportunity. Smile is identity of Open self personality.
  8. 8. I WILL BECOME OPEN SELF PERSONALITY BY Aware about my self in other hand what qualities and potentials I have. Define my Goal and it’s Height and term. Be Punctual and Attentive Make Good relation with my self and others also. Smile and establish conversation first. Say Hi and Hello to others.
  9. 9. Contd.. Deal my Ideas, Dreams, Hobbies, Goal and Ambitions with others. Respects others concepts and ideas and Welcome them Keep others Happy and myself too. kindness and sympathy towards others.
  10. 10. MERIT : LO1 2.Name one external and Internal motivational factor which motivates you towards achieving your goal. Justify your answer.
  11. 11. External and Internal Motivational Factors are External motivation – the driving force that triggers you in achieving your goal. Such as: A simple smile and encouragement. Internal motivation – the force that leads you to achieve a goal because of personal satisfaction or desire. Participating in a competition.
  12. 12. Contd.. A simple smile and encouragement : A simple smile and encouragement from my parents, elders and teachers externally motivates me to achieve my goal and give my best. Participating in a competition: Participating in a Competition Internally motivates me as it brings out the best in me and also makes me feel that with hard work anyone can
  13. 13. MERIT : LO2 1.What are the application and result of motivation?
  14. 14. Application and Result of motivation are: 1.Personal Life: A motivated person enjoys a healthy personal life with positive friends and a successful lifestyle. Popularity moves towards a motivated Individual. 2.Professional Life: Opportunities slow towards motivated people. Often, the people for whom they work, respect and trust them and encourage them by giving them more and more
  15. 15. Contd.. 3.Sound Health: Motivation leads to healthy habits which again leads to sound health. This produces the energy for better work and amazing result. 4.High Self Esteem: Motivated people hold themselves in high self-esteem and are caring about others too. They are liked, respected and promoted to responsible positions even though they may be very humble in nature. 5.’Can-do’ People: Motivated people are ‘can- do’ people. Very often they do things which may never have been done before or things
  16. 16. MERIT : LO2 3.How will you improve your time management? State 5 areas in which you commit to improve.
  17. 17. I Improve my time-management by:  Prioritizing.  Doing it now.  Setting goals, achieve goals.  Breaking down task.  Use wasted time.  Using time management grid.  Organizing my time.
  18. 18. 5 areas in which I commit to Improve are: 1. Prioritizing allow you to focus on what is most important. Learn to set priorities wisely, and you will achieve more and will have more of personal time. 2. Learn to plan efficiently. Simple and powerful techniques to convert your goals and ideas into an effective action plan. 3. Good decision making skills is the foundation for time management. Information on decision making and techniques with links to related decision making articles and resources.
  19. 19. Contd.. 4. Waste less time: When we think of time management, however, we tend to think of personal time management, loosely defined as managing our time to waste less time on doing the things we have to do so we have more time to do the things we want to do. 5. Ability to beat procrastination and laziness is among the most important time management skills to learn. Identify your causes of procrastination and teat them accordingly.
  20. 20. MERIT : LO3 1.What are blocks to effective time management. How will you overcome them?
  21. 21. Following are the Blocks to effective time management : Unexpected visitors Procrastination Interruptions Television Mobile Phone , email , Internet Inability to say no
  22. 22. I can Overcome them by: Prioritize.  Do it now. Set goals, achieve goals. Schedule phone calls with end times when possible. Use wasted time. Using time management grid. Avoid watching late night shows as this will delay the day schedule.
  23. 23. MERIT : LO3 3.What are 10 steps of goal setting and achievement?
  24. 24. 10 steps of Goal setting and Achievement are: 1. Belief. The first step to goal setting is to have absolute belief and faith in the process. If you don’t believe you can absolutely transform your life and get what you want, then you might as well forget about goal setting and do something else. If you are in doubt, look around you. Everything you can see began as a thought. Make your thoughts turn into reality. 2. Visualize what you want. Think of what you deeply desire in your life or where you want your company to be a year from now. What changes have to take place? What do you need to know or learn? What spiritual, emotional, personal, financial, social or physical properties need to be addressed? The clearer you are with each of these dimensions will bring your vision into sharp focus. The clearer you are, the easier it will be to focus on making it happen. 3. Get it down! Writing down your goals is key to success. By writing down your goals, you become a creator. Failure to write down your goals often means you will forget them or won’t focus on them. Have them written down where you can
  25. 25. Contd.. 4. Purpose. Knowing why you want to achieve your goals is powerful. Identifying the purpose of your goal helps you instantly recognize why you want that particular goal and whether it’s worth working toward. Knowing why you want something furnishes powerful motivation to see it through to the finish. After all, if the purpose of earning a million dollars is to put it in the bank for a rainy day, you probably won’t be as motivated as you will if you need it to pay for your child’s cancer treatment. 5. Commit. This might sound obvious to you but it’s a step that has disastrous consequences when it’s taken lightly. Write a few pages about why and how you are committing to each goal; why it’s important to you, what it means to you, why the outcome is necessary and what are you going to do to make it happen. Without strong commitment you aren’t likely to follow through. 6. Stay focused. By focusing on your goals, you manifest. You may not know how you’ll reach your goals but when you make a daily practice of focus, they become easier to reach. Having your goals written down somewhere where you will see them each day is a good idea. Your mind will notice that there is a discrepancy between where you are now and where you want to be which will create pressure to change. If you lose focus you can always bring it back.
  26. 26. Contd.. 7. Plan of action. Being really clear about what you want, knowing your purpose, writing your goals down, committing to them, and staying focused gives you the power of clarity to write down a list of action steps. You may not know all the steps ahead of time but you will know the next steps that take you in that direction. Having goals without a plan of action is like trying to complete a complex project without a project plan. There is too much going on, it’s too disorganized, you miss deadlines and you don’t have priorities. Eventually you get frustrated and the project/goal fails or collapses under its own weight. 8. No Time Like the Present. To show how committed you are to your goals, think of something you can do right now that will get you moving toward fulfilling your goals. Even if it’s just making a phone call, do it now. You will be surprised how this simple step reinforces all the previous steps and gets you motivated and moving toward what you desire. If you are not motivated to do something right now, how are you going to get motivated tomorrow? 9. Accountability. To push through when things get tough, you have to hold yourself accountable unless you bring in outside help like a coach who provides it for you. It makes sense to have someone beside yourself who can provide valuable feedback at critical junctures, like a friend or a mentor. Telling your friends and family about your goals may give you the accountability your need. 10. Review. Make it part of your day to review your goals and take action. This keeps your goals alive and top of mind. It’s a good time to convert the over
  27. 27. MERIT : LO4 2.What are ego states. Which Ego state do you operate most often?
  28. 28. Ego states are a consistent pattern of thinking, feeling and behavior. Berne’s tripartite model is an explanation of three main events that happen to all of us — childhood, the development of rational, logical thinking and exposure to parental or significant others’ influence. Each and every human being behaving in different ego states depending upon moment and person. Parent ego state. Adult ego state.
  29. 29. Ego State which I operate most is– Adult Ego State When I am with my family and friends I am in Adult ego states. With my Colleague and Senior I behave in Adult ego state. With my grand parents I am in Adult ego state.
  30. 30. MERIT : LO4 3.List any four areas where you would like to be more persistent? How will you do it.
  31. 31. 4 areas in which I want to be more Persistent are: Compassion Generosity Modesty Trust
  32. 32. I will do it by: Compassion: By being Helpful and empathic with every one, I will become more compassion. Generosity:- I will start to think more and increase interaction with people as it will show how Generous I am. Modesty: I will not show others what I am but let them know about me themselves. Trust:- l will show my trust on others.
  33. 33. CONCLUSION I would like to conclude by saying that I feel some Big changes in me because of modules which I learnt in Personality development. Now I realize the importance of time management. Now I realize importance of Leadership, motivation etc.