Every person desires to improve
his or her own personality. It is quite evident in the methods and processes
that are being employed in order to accomplish this particular goal. This
is perhaps the reason why people buy new clothes or cut their hair. They
improve their image and other things related to changing their appearances.
Personality goes beyond external appearance. It includes dispositions, traits,
qualities, speech, and other things innate in the person. Here are some tips in improving
Be interested in people.
Try to discover what other people want. Know their likes, dislikes, interests,
and beliefs. By doing this, you will be regarded as a person with an attractive
and pleasing personality. 2.
Assume that people like you.
If you show the other person that you want people to talk to you, they will
react to you with warmth. 3.
Admit your weaknesses.
Do not regard yourself as a perfect person. Just as persons have strengths,
they also have their weaknesses. To im…
An effective C.V
should be visually appealing. That means it should appear neat and orderly. It should
be clear, concise and easy
to read. The way, in which the information is presented on paper,
goes a long way in creating a favorable first impression. §It must highlight your potential and value to an
employer. §Provide a framework with which an interview can be
designed. §Provide a vivid account of your achievements as a student and
as a professional along with the skills you would bring to an organization, in
case you are hired. §Although
a C.V never ensures an employment, it should at least arouse the employer’s
interest and get you an interview call. Things to Remember
1.Make sure that you
use very good quality
paper for your C.V and the covering letter that goes with it.
2.Leave clear margins and be consistent
while presenting your information.
3.It should be typed neatly.
4.Be brief and to the point.
Do not use ‘ten’ words where ‘five’ will do. However substance should not be
1. Start assignments with some curiosity about the
material and a positive
attitude toward learning. 2. Designate a place where you go only to study. Use proper
lighting. 3. Identify
your distractions. Find ways to decrease them or to postpone
them until study breaks (e.g., taking the phone off the hook, turning off instant messenger). 4. Decrease noises around you while studying. If
you need some background music it should be soft. Keep
the TV off. 5. Use "active
study" techniques: sit straight in a chair at a desk,
start out with questions about the material, outline chapters, underline key
phrases after readinga section, write notes in margins, ask yourself what you
have learned. 6. Divide
your work into smaller manageable tasks that can be completed
in a short period of time. Push yourself to complete one small task, then move
on to the next task. Focus on one small task at a time. 7. Use
times of peak alertness for studying difficult or less
interesting topics. When you are t…