Entries tagged with “personality plus”.


Remembering the names of those you meet is the most effective means of communicating individual recognition. No matter how poor you think your memory is, you can acquire a memory for names if you practice these memory rules:

  • When you are given a person’s name, listen. Concentrate on getting the name right. Think of only one thing: the name.
  • If you do not hear the name clearly, say “I’m sorry I didn’t clearly understand your name. Will you please repeat it?”
  • The person will be pleased because you are taking such a personal interest in their name.
  • If possible, the name should be written. This gives an eye impression as well as an ear impression.
  • Use your will power. Say to yourself, “I want to remember this name and I will.”
  • Get a clear, vivid impression of the person by:
  1. Observing their facial characteristics.
  2. Getting a clear impression of their size.
  3. Getting a distinct impression of their voice.
  • Become a “people-watcher.” This will help you uncover distinguishing characteristics.
Learn more about developing your personality in your Barbizon Classes.

There are many ways to describe ones personality. Over the next several blog postings, we are going to list different types of personalities with this next one being “Are You A Dreamer?” See if any of these apply to you:

1.  I can keep a conversation going with just about anyone.

2.  I believe that life is good; I’m very optimistic.

3.  I can be pushy at times, especially if I’m going after something I really want.

Sound off and let us know if you are a dreamer. Barbizon’s life changing curriculum can help you in any situation. Also, visit the That’ s Not Cool website for more insightful information.

There are many ways to describe ones personality. Over the next several blog postings, we are going to list different types of personalities with this next one being “Are You An Achiever?” See if any of these apply to you:

1. I like myself; I’m glad I’m me.
2. I enjoy setting goals and working hard to reach them.
3. I stand out from the crowd because I’m self-assured and have a winning attitude.
4. I believe that there’s nothing wrong with wanting to make a good impression.

Sound off and let us know if you are an achiever. Next time, “Are You An Individualist?” Barbizon’s life changing curriculum can help you in any situation. Also, visit the That’ s Not Cool website for more insightful information.

There are many ways to describe ones personality. Over the next several blog postings, we are going to list different types of personalities with this next one being “Are You A Helper?” See if any of these apply to you:

1. I bend over backwards to help other people whenever I can.
2. I have a hard time saying “no” when someone asks me for a favor.
3. Sometimes I feel that others take me for granted.
4. I aim to please in any situation.

Sound off and let us know if you are a helper. Next time, “Are You An Achiever?” Barbizon’s life changing curriculum can help you in any situation. Also, visit the That’ s Not Cool website for more insightful information.

There are many ways to describe ones personality. Over the next several blog postings, we are going to list different types of personalities with the first one being “Are You A Perfectionist?” See if any of these apply to you:

1. I have a knack for knowing just how to handle any situation.
2. I am very critical of myself and others.
3. I can be picky at times.
4. I have strong opinions.
5. I can come across as uptight and cold.

Sound off and let us know if you are a perfectionist. Next time, “Are You A Helper?” Barbizon’s life changing curriculum can help you in any situation. Also, visit the That’ s Not Cool website for more insightful information.

Sssshhh! There it is again. Can’t you hear it? That melodic, infectious laugh. Don’t you love being around people who have a wonderful way of laughing? They laugh honestly, with their whole face and body. This laughter becomes a wave that sweeps everyone into the moment. What is this person’s secret?

Maybe you’ve heard that it takes more muscles to make a frown than it does to make a smile. Some experts say the score is 43-17. Others say that this is an urban legend that, at most, it takes three muscles to frown and only two to smile. Either way, we say, “Why work harder than you have to?” http://www.barbizonmodeling.com/barbizon-modeling-blog/wp-admin/edit.php