Aristotle once said, "We are what we repeatedly do." True to our word, our habits have a huge effect on the kind of person we become. With formed habits, not only can you understand people around you, but these habits also help you identify your person. So how do you understand a person through their habits? What's more, what are the little characters to look for in a person to get to know them better? Here we have a list of eight habits that can be a beacon for your personality.
1. The Way You Walk
Honestly, not many people know how walking posture affects a person's social status and level of confidence. There is, however, more to the connection between the dots between one's walking style and character. Weight thrown forward and fast paces are usually a symbol of higher productivity and logical thinking. However, this can also be considered competitive and remote. Another walk that is usually associated with leaders is the square shoulders and walking forward in the chest. Usually combined with your head held high, it displays charisma and social competence, and sometimes it can absorb the spotlight. Walking with the body neither forwards nor backwards indicates that you are people oriented and not task oriented. And, of course, we are all familiar with the walking light of the toes, combined with eyes on the floor that portray a polite, yet introverted person.
2. The Time You Reach
We all know that a colleague, client, friend or boss who can never keep up with the times. So, to put it bluntly, accuracy is a sign of positive characteristics. However, there is always one uncle who will arrive early in time for every engagement, meeting and party. This behavior is often associated with neuroticism – a tendency to be in a negative or anxious state of mind ( 1 ). On the other hand, people who come late are considered calm and unreliable. Who wins? The person who arrives "on point" seems reliable, welcoming and bound by debt. So, what time do you get here?
3. The Way You Eat
The masters of the fitness world have come up with "You're what you eat." However, you're also how you eat, right? Starting with fast food, people who eat slowly are considered to be those who like to take over the reign of a situation and value life. In contrast, if you eat faster, then you are probably on the ambitious side with your eyes toward the goal. However, this is also a sign of impatience. Foodies with a sense of gastronomic adventure are those who want to leave the comfort zone at the drop of a hat and live life one day at a time. Picky eateries, on the other hand, are very uncomfortable in unfamiliar situations. Also considered a sign of neuroticism, picky eaters are considered reserved and introverted. Finally, we have those who prefer not to touch two different foods on the plate. If you are familiar with Sheldon Cooper in "Big Bang Theory" and "Little Sheldon", you probably know that such people are task-oriented, disciplined and often stubborn.
4. The Way You Talk
Did you go through one of these calls where you get vibrations that decide whether you want a longer conversation or book a taxi there? These "vibrations" are probably the words a person uses, which in turn reproduce his characteristics. Sometimes face-to-face conversation is not even necessary; a simple text message should be enough to let you know a lot about them. For example, using too many words to answer a question can be seen as a lie where avoiding random terms or levels of negative words can distinguish a motivated liar from a non-motivated one. Fast speakers are found to be worrying, while slower speakers are considered, well, slow. Maintaining the right dynamics shows confidence, and some speakers who speak are considered highly persuasive. How do you think you're talking?
5. Emails You Write
A closer look at a person's email may shed some light on the sender's features. Extroverts are more likely to talk about more upbeat and fun things. Letters with more self-referrals indicate that the sender is narcissistic, while those who speak of negative emotions such as anger and grief are likely to have low emotional intelligence.
6. The Proximity to Your Phone
Do you feel restless when your phone is out of place everywhere? Well, you're not the only one In today's technological world where phones are more than communication, our dependence on the smartphone is no surprise. Whether we are in the line of billing items at the supermarket or standing in the subway on the way to work, people with headphones and eyes glued to the phone screen are not hard to come by.
However, excessive dependence on the phone is a sign of emotional instability ( 2 ). In addition, introverts have been found to be less addicted to phones, feeling little without wanting to keep their eyes on the phone. Selfies You Click
Your phone gallery is full of selfies that are just a click away from continuing on social media? The way you click on photos can be related to the type of person. People in order to please people and help the needy are more able to take photos from a lower angle. If you are less likely to expose personal space to your background, you may consider yourself diligent and diligent. And, of course, those with a smile and a laugh are considered adventurous, while those with a cracked face are a possible sign of a neurotic character.
8. The Handwriting You Use
This is no surprise as the school system has long focused on handwriting. If you are a person of great literacy, then you are probably more focused on people and you like the spotlights. On the other hand, those with less handwriting are introverted and able to achieve high levels of concentration. The right-hander is a person who can be easy-going but possibly quick to make decisions, while the left-hand side preserves a reserved personality. Higher pressure on the letters are those with stronger emotions and impulsive and light pressure indicates lightness.
In a nutshell, you make your habits and over time your habits make you. The mirror of a person's character and personality is the way he moves, talks, writes and even takes selfies. While these directories may be helpful in changing your persona, it can also be helpful to understand someone better. Do you know about other habits that can define one's personality? Let us know in the comments below.
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