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Personal Development Many of the readers must have heard about a lot of books regarding personality  development.  A bunch of self help books are available in the market. But why do  you as a person still fail to develop yourself even after having read these books  and having attended a lot of training sessions and workshops which claim to  address this concern.   To understand personal development one has to deeply  inherit three very basic formulas within.  Six Types of people. TYPE 1:  THE AMBITIOUS TYPE    TYPE 2:  THE CALM TYPE TYPE 3: THE CONSCIENTIUOS TYPE  TYPE 4: THE NON ASSERTIVE TYPE  TYPE 5: THE LIVELY TYPE  TYPE 6: THE ANXIOUS TYPE  Sounds like another boring set of definitions? Read and decide for yourself. TYPE 1: THE AMBITIOUS TYPE Such people are most often driven by the need to succeed. Seldom do they find  time to relax and look back upon what has been done. These folks generally tend  to be aggressive and argumentative. They possess a strong urge to dominate  others, possibly because of hidden insecurities. However these personality types  may even cancel a family holiday if necessary, if work commitments are pressing.  Frequently they tend to set high standards, and strive hard to achieve them without  getting   enervated.   One   other   hand   such   cases   are   too   hard   to   accept   any 
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unprecedented failures. Always overloaded and meeting tight self- imposed dead  lines peculiar of potential stressors. Preferred stress level – HIGH. TYPE 2: THE CALM TYPE  Coming   to   the   next   class   they   are   very   unlikely   to   set   too   many   impossible  objectives for themselves. They have the capacity to appreciate people’s good  characteristics. A symbolic characteristic of theirs is that they are less likely to  become obsessed by the inadequacies of others. This approach enhances their  self esteem. The calm type is usually able to give and receive affection and praise.  Generally never observed playing a dominant role and are seldom irritated by  others. Try to maintain a balance between work and home.  Preferred stress level – MODERATE TO LOW.  TYPE 3: THE CONSCIENTUOS TYPE They are likely to be very reliable but may be stubborn. Are mostly too concerned  with getting things right, paying too much attention to details, tend to lose sight of  longer   term   objectives.   Rarely   will   they   limber   up   to   seek   challenge   in   life,  preferring the security of being within their range of competence. While they give a 
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