Sunday, 19 August 2007

HUMAN CHARACTERISTICS THROUGH SPEECH AND WRITING

SPEECH

The blogosphere is so wide and in it you will find many different types of characters. Everyone has a different way and style when conversing or even writing. Sometimes you do not have to meet up a person to know his or her characteristic and behavior. If you are observant enough, you may just be able to pluck the characteristics of a person from just a short conversation or what he or she wrote. You do not need to be a psychologist to be able to do that too. How true is it? Why don’t you analyze the questionnaires below to find out which category you or the other party belongs to?

QUESTION:
When you are involved in a conversation with another person, what is the phrase that you used most frequent?
A. However…but
B. Maybe, I think, I guess
C. I heard, Example, Someone said
D. Should have, Surely, Certainly
E. Frankly, Honestly, Definitely, I don’t bluff you

Are you curious to know the answers? Here are the answers in alphabetical order:

ANSWER A: You somehow like to do things your way by stressing that your solutions would be ideal for everyone. In a working environment, you tend to be too tactful in presenting the facts and figures that most people will just give you the cold shoulder. In fact, most people will say that you are trying to act smart.

ANSWER B: You are very defensive in your approach and thus it is not easy for you to leak out any of your feelings or thoughts. You always keep your cool when handling people or work. Most of the time, you are fully aware of the happenings surrounding you. You are suitable in the human relationship and service sectors.

ANSWER C: Even though you have all the facts and figures, you tend to lack the confidence to resolve matters. There is always a third party involved in most of your conversations. You tend to be contradictory most of the time when handling your work but still work does get done smoothly.

ANSWER D: You are a cool, knowledgeable and confident person by nature. On top of that, you have good persuasive power to influence others. You have high chances to become a good leader.

ANSWER E: You feel insecure in gaining the trust of others. You tend to stress on facts and figures to get yourself known and to set a status for yourself in the society. You may have a lot of “worshippers” with your knowledge and experiences; however, you lack the confidence to excel further in the society.


7 comments:

yushi said...

i guess i m B hahahahaha.
i seem to use them a lot in my blog posts.
every each of them i think!

ANSWER B: You are very defensive in your approach and thus it is not easy for you to leak out any of your feelings or thoughts. You always keep your cool when handling people or work. Most of the time, you are fully aware of the happenings surrounding you. You are suitable in the human relationship and service sectors.

something like human resource? customer service? m i in the wrong course now? guess so. i hate mechanical ady! so difficult...sigh

pikey said...

I'm the B type :p

dadaist said...

ANSWER C: Even though you have all the facts and figures, you tend to lack the confidence to resolve matters. There is always a third party involved in most of your conversations. You tend to be contradictory most of the time when handling your work but still work does get done smoothly.

Oh yeah, so true... i always can't decide on my work and i always need someone else to clarify things and make me believe what i want to do is the right thing. and in conversations i'm the person who adds in crap, not starting the talk :)

conan_cat said...

oops... dadaist=me, sorry used wrong acc for posting comment haha...

Dexter - Dexterity said...

urm... me ar...

i duno wanna pick what so i just simple pick last answer...

omg... not true la... wahahaha

Bell said...

I'm a B type... I suppose most ppl would be the B type... i guess I'm a very average person afterall... :P Kinda glad to be average...

papajoneh said...

I am more to the Answer E: I love saying definitely and honestly... now i know why...
insecure... oh well...

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