Self Concept analysis - Tim Thyne Period 3 Self-Concept and...

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Tim Thyne Period 3 Self-Concept and Social-Self Analysis Self-concept, how I view myself as a person. Social-self, how others view me as a person. Often people get confused about these two very different things. We often think that our social-self must be the same as the modern trends of society, therefore affecting one’s self-concept. In my studies, I have come to learn that I have more assets than liabilities. First, I’ll start with the bad part, my liabilities. My inner-self liabilities correlated perfectly with my social-self liabilities. My data sheets will show otherwise, however. This is because I was restricted to 10 liabilities. I could talk about all my different liabilities all day. I believe there are two different types of liabilities. There are liabilities that occur when I am around people and then the ones that only I know about or recognize. For example, one of my liabilities is that I’m bored easily. Most people do not recognize that if I am sitting down doing nothing, then I get extremely bored to the point that I have to at least walk
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course MGMT 375 taught by Professor Higgins during the Spring '08 term at Abilene Christian University.

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