Saturday, 27 July 2013

Have often asked myself and others "What constitutes an Outstanding Personality?"

Interestingly, the answers vary for almost all of them. But, a striking similarity emerges - the connotation of "Personality" has relevance to how long you know the guy.

When you know him for the fleeting moments of just a few minutes - it is the body language, the attire, the swagger with which he carries himself which constitutes personality. When you known him for about a month, it is more of the civility, the conduct with superiors and the presenting style that constitutes personality. And when you have known him for years, it is the value systems of integrity, fair play that he brings to the table along with his demeanor and sophistication that constitutes "Personality". What is your take on this?

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