Getting to Know Driver
Hi to my friends, parents and teachers. I may be the last ItsIt to introduce myself, but I’m far from the least! My name is Driver, and the personality trait I represent is INFLUENCE.
I’m proud to say that I’m one of the six ItsIts. Although I like to believe I’m the ItsIt with the most drive and achievement, it just isn’t true. No, I would never have my drive, or be who I am, if it weren’t for developing all of the traits that the other five ItsIts represent; Self-Love, Self-Power, ChitChat, Solo, and EQ. You see all of us need all of the traits to be our very best.
When I stop and think about Influence, I am grateful I to represent this personality trait. To have influence I have to be highly motivated, determined and helpful to others. I’m quite driven, ha, that explains my name.
Maintaining a balance between all of the traits the ItsIt represent, mine included, is critical and necessary to develop into a well-grounded, mindful, interesting and, contented person. Who wouldn’t want to have that going on for them? What great coping skills we have.
I’m a super motivator especially for anyone who wants to improve their attitude and their personality. I like sharing with others and helping them achieve their goals. Improving myself is something I work on every day. But I can only improve by learning how to observe my good and not so good attitudes and behavior. When I see the not-so-good stuff I don't let myself become defeated, instead I am courageous enough to make positive changes. .
Below are some of the wonderful personality traits that INFLUENCE helped me develop:
Open to Constructive Criticism
Now, that’s what I call a list! Use this as a check list. With each new development or improvement you make, check it off the list. Appreciate each change or improvement you make. You can do this!
The secret to having a genuine and pleasing personality is taking each step in the proper order, starting with your relationship with yourself; your need for Self-Love and Self-Power. Acquiring these first two positive personality traits isn’t difficult if you’re determined and willing to take that first step.
However, you can’t escape experiencing less positive emotions, such as; anger, sadness, grief, frustration or disappointment. These emotions happen from time-to-time. But with improvement comes the ability to get pass the unhappy times and move on to feeling your own power. Think about that!
I can’t speak for the other ItsIts, but I sure have enjoyed sharing myself with you. If you haven’t yet read the letters from ItsMe, Dynomi, ChatChat, Solo, and EQ, I recommend you take a little time to relax, read, learn and enjoy.
Oh, one final thing, if you want more information about the personality characteristics the ItsIts represent and how they effect you daily, visit us at www.ItsItville.com or email us at info@ItsItville, we are happy to answer.
Time to sign off with hopes we meet again soon.