You Think You Are Perfect?

You Think You Are Perfect?

Do you really think that you are perfect? If your answer is yes, then, I really feel sorry for you. There is always a scope for betterment. Good news for those who acknowledge that nobody in his world, including them, is perfect. Everybody has some good and some bad aspects in his/her personality. What is important and needed is to seek out your pitfalls and to work upon them so as to have a well groomed personality. Those who think they are perfect can never grow. Here are some tips for you to groom your personality-

1. Be knowledgeable:

To have a good personality you must be knowledgeable. No matter which field you belong to. You must have ample amount of knowledge of your work area. Along with that you must also have decent general knowledge. Everybody look upon the person who is knowledgeable and respect him/her. Keep pursuing further education online to stay updated and acquire new skills in your domain.

2. Be confident:

Once you know that you posses decent level of knowledge, it’s time to be confident about yourself. The confidence level that you carry with yourself lays the basis of how others perceive your personality. A great author once said, it’s better to be over confident than to be under confident. Fake it till you make it. If you are not very confident about yourself, start faking that you are. Soon you will see that you have actually become confident of yourself.

3. Be well dressed:

Your wardrobe has a great significance in your personality. The way you dress up, yells about your personality. Imagine two different persons. One with longs hairs, loose t-shirt & jeans and other one in formal shirt, trouser and tie. Don’t they give two different impressions? You have to think how …

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Why Study Anything?

Why Study Anything?

Many students may be pondering over which subjects they should pursue into higher or further education, but there will also be a number of individuals pondering whether they should even progress into further or higher education at all. Their issue is not what to study, but whether to study.

Further Study as a Choice and not Just the Expected Next Step

Often, students fall into a further study as an expected next step having completed their GCSEs or A’Levels; many do not consider the alternatives of a gap year or going straight out into the world of work but these are of course very real options and maybe the best option for some. Some people, however, will be viewing further study as a choice and not just the expected next step and us such they’ll be weighing up the pros and cons of studying anything; of which there are many.

Pros

Looking at the pros, the most obvious one is that you will gain further qualifications, which in the competitive job market that we are facing at the moment, would be a real advantage. Anything that can put you one step ahead of the competition will hopefully help you achieve the job of your dreams. Furthermore, it is generally accepted that the more qualifications you have under your belt, the higher can be your expected starting salary when you enter employment. In gaining another qualification, of course, you are also gaining knowledge and new skills, and this in itself may be an important consideration in terms of your own personal development and life goals. Additionally, studying at University provides you with a whole new lifestyle, greater independence and new social opportunities which you may otherwise not be in a position to access. This can be very beneficial in shaping yourself …

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