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Top 10 personalites nearby you(part-2)

Uncovering the Hidden Gems: Meet the Top 10 Personalities

By Vortex Published about a year ago 3 min read
Top 10 personalites nearby you(part-2)
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From the last blog. We are discussing about top 10 personalites which people generally show. There are more than enough types of personalites. A same person can have many traits and can show different behaviour in different situations.

A quick recap:

1. Imposter(hidden intention type):

These are pretender's which shows a fake image/character to others to get their hidden agenda done.

2. The attention seeker:

These are people which want attention from everyone around them to full fill these demand they creates drama all the time. By gaining attention their confidence, ego boosts.

3. The emotional one:

These are the one's who overexaggerate their emotions. They can even control the environment around them by these emotional outbursts. They gets extremely happy/sad/angry/depressed/joyful/anxious/etc in a very short period of time.

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4. The dangerous one (reinforcement):

Read the first blog

5. Rationalizing(the convincing one):

These are the one's who can convince their every action. Even if you caught them red handed they will convince you that this is not there mistake they were trying to do something else.

6. Depend on me one:

As per the name suggests these are the one's who wants you to depend on them. They make you too much comfortable and you feel like you cannot live without them.

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7. Controlling your decision:

These are the pure manipulators who can change your decisions. Manipulation is influencing others decision in a negative sense. They usually do manipulation to get attention/own profit/any other thing in return.

There are several theories and strategies that have been proposed to explain how individuals control decisions, including social influence, persuasion, and cognitive dissonance.

Every thing have both sides good and bad. It's upto you how you use these techniques.

For example -

A salesperson using persuasive techniques to convince a customer to purchase a product. The salesperson may use various strategies to influence the customer's decision, such as building fake report, highlighting the benefits of the product, and addressing any objections or concerns the customer may have. The salesperson may also use social influence by emphasizing the popularity or success of the product among other customers.

Or some people use these to techniques to hurt someone else feeling. They usually change others decision for their own pleasure.

Knowing that this will be harmful for others.

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8. Victim card user/player :

These are the one's who uses victim card all the time. By this everyone around them feel sorry for them. They seem to have the worst luck in the world.They resort to emotionally draining tactic to gain sympathy from others, which is another way of seeking attention and making sure that everyone is focused on them.

For example-

A student who consistently fails to turn in assignments on time and blames their teachers for not providing enough support or resources. This student may claim that they are being "failed by the system" and that they are not receiving the education they need, in order to gain leniency or extra help from their teachers.

Another example would be a person who gets into a car accident and blames the other driver for the accident, even though they were driving under the influence or breaking traffic laws. This person may claim that they were the "innocent victim" in the accident, in order to avoid legal or financial repercussions.

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9. Playing dumb:

These are one's who always play dumb and act like they don't know a single thing but in reality they are controlling the environment by these tactics of playing dumb. They act like they don't know what's happening around them (genuinely unaware).

Sometimes, the “innocent party” may not be so innocent after all they are just playing dumb to get away from the situation.

For example-

If you a leader of the group project at work, would you assign extra responsibility to that one team member who “wasn’t as sure of something”? Or assign that extra responsibility to another? The employee who was then “playing dumb” gets away with doing far less, but getting the same amount of recognition as everyone else in the group.

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10. Pointing the Finger at Others:

These are the one's who will always try to keep their hands clean , never assuming responsibility, and secondly by always trying to point the finger at someone else so they get off scot-free whenever there’s a problem.

To add insult to injury

For example-

A student who receives a poor grade on a test and blames the teacher for not providing enough information or not teaching the material well enough, instead of acknowledging their own lack of preparation or effort.

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