Unformatted text preview: Excess stimulation for an introvert would cause them to draw backwards, but for an extravert, they would be drawn to it. I think in terms of finding motivation to pursue self-betterment, personality type plays an important role. I don’t agree with the idea that some do not have the ability to “get out of the ghetto” or whatever other terminology could be applied to this situation. Situation may affect the difficulty to reach a certain place in life, but the only true hindrance is one’s self, for nobody else can make the decision to take the first step, or if assistance is offered, the second step, toward a new and better life. Ultimately it is us as individuals who must commit to the dream of economic prosperity. (The Pursuit of Happyness is an excellent example of this)....
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- Spring '08
- Personality Psychology, upward mobility, class issues, predominant question, Excess stimulation, true hindrance