Essay About Myself

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There are three very important aspects that play a major rule in my life. They can be categorized as intellectual, social, and spiritual. My intellectual self is interesting because I am mainly right-brained which means that I tend to use my creativity more than my mathematical skills, also making me a visual learner. My social self consists of friends, family, and my surroundings. I spend most of my time at home with my family. Whenever I am with my friends, I observe their behaviors and listen to their opinions. I am more of an independent type of person. Being with different people has influenced me into appreciating different cultures and beliefs. I have learned things that have now been incorporated into my own set of beliefs and values. I greatly value freedom of thought, friends and family and with everything that is happening, I appreciate freedom even more. The spiritual self is all about my beliefs, values, religion and my life philosophies. By satisfying the needs of all three characters, the result can be very rewarding towards my wellness, which is the ability to feel good about others and myself. Intellectual self deals with memory, learning, problem solving, decision making and creativity. I am a visual learner, which means that I learn best by seeing the information. Whenever I have a problem to solve, I usually draw a picture of the problem and draw a few possible solutions. This helps me to see and organize the problem more clearly. I make my decisions in a similar way. I list my possible choices, then write down the good points, bad points, and consequences to each choice. For as long as I can remember, I've been keeping summer journals to remind me of my summer memories. To illustrate my entries, I use my... ... middle of paper ... ... Both of these seem to explain one thing, and that is the importance of being supportive of each other, and accepting the person for who they are. To achieve my goals, I must fulfill the basic needs of each of the three aspects. I believe that my spiritual self is my strongest point. One reason for this is because there can always be expectations of the intellectual self and social self, but there are no limits or expectations for the spiritual self. The spiritual self is mostly a feeling that doesn't need to be learned. To continue to improve my other two aspects, I will try to get more sleep to clear my head so I can organize my wants, needs, and priorities. If my thoughts are less hectic, I will be able to think more clearly. In conclusion, my intellectual, social and spiritual self are being used each and everyday to allow me to achieve complete success.

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