How to describe yourself

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  1. HubPages profile imageSTAFF
    HubPagesposted 14 years ago

    How to describe yourself

  2. nivas ameya profile image67
    nivas ameyaposted 14 years ago

    how to describe yourself:

    To describe yourself , Divide the traits to explain in to physical, emotional (mental),social and spiritual.

    The questions you can ask like :

    01. What are my strength areas physical traits , for example, I have a very beautiful eyes, and sharp nose, smiling face, attractive voice,very good height and traits which gives you more confidence.

    02. How I think, what is my inner talk, how I communicate with my thoughts and How I make myself cool , How I deal with frustration, How I analyze issues.

    03. How I treat others, Am I more critical , more skeptical , more supportive,more encouraging.

    04. How I feel about things which I have, Am I grateful towards things what I have or Am I not happy, Do I surrender to some superior power of this world,

    The answers will describe yourself.

  3. Daniel Carter profile image64
    Daniel Carterposted 14 years ago

    Depending on what the description is for, it can either be a great help, or relatively no help at all. For example, if police require a description, they are usually looking for physical appearance traits, and anything "unusual" in physical features, mannerisms or characteristics. Clothing worn in last seen condition is important.

    How to describe yourself might include:
    Hair color
    Eye color
    Type of clothing last seen wearing

    Additionally, describing one's self might include:
    Unusual mannerisms (such as a stuttering, a face tick, won't make direct eye contact, slurred speach, etc.)

    Unusual speech patterns, or perhaps an accent not familiar to the area, etc.

    If the person is in the company of others, or a pet.

    What is the mode of transportation of the person of focus: on foot, a bicycle, driving a car, on a plane, bus or train.

    Condition of clothing or appearance: tattered clothing, dissheveled appearance, neat appearance, trendy, new clothing, etc.

    While this approach would work for anyone describing another person it would probably serve as a good guideline for a self description as well.

  4. Susana S profile image94
    Susana Sposted 14 years ago

    Learn how to describe yourself and identify your positive qualities. 180 positive words for job interviews, resumes, online profiles, online dating sites, and self confidence. read more

  5. TrudyVan profile image60
    TrudyVanposted 14 years ago

    I am a positive. love bright colours and loads of sunshine.  I like to look for solutions instead of only seeing the bad side.  I believe everything happens for a reason and it is a lesson to be learned from it

  6. Seldon55 profile image64
    Seldon55posted 13 years ago

    Whether its for business or meeting new friends or that special someone, one of the hardest questions (for most of us) comes up, "So, tell me a little about yourself. How do you talk about yourself without seeming like you're bragging? More on that... read more

  7. shwetha123 profile image61
    shwetha123posted 11 years ago

    If this question is for Interview purpose then you have to describe these points:

    # Your name.

    # From where are you?

    # Your current work profile.

    # Your studies.

    # Your current salary package.

    # Your expected salary package.

    # Your strength and weakness.

    # Your Hobbies (Optional)


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