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Personality Types – Texas Defensive Driving Online Course

Personality Types – Texas

Every individual has their own personality. Some include impulsive, neurotic, extroverted or introverted etc. We can all show symptoms of some of these personality types depending on what is going on in our life at that moment.
 
Some types of personalities will prevent drivers from slowing down, speeding up or getting out of your way or letting you merge in front of them. Stress can alter your mood, which enhances certain personality traits. Next time you’re on the road with a difficult driver, take a step back, take a step back, take a second to what personality they are and cut them some slack, because the next time, it might be you.
 
We all know that different people have different personality types. But how many different types are there? What are they? And how do personality types impact our relationships with the other people we drive with on our roads?
 
The folks that know say, your personality type is a window into self-expression. And for many, personality is also reflected in how they drive on the road. Your personality type is an integral part of your decision-making process and by understanding how it works, we can make better, more satisfying decisions. And in doing so not piss off other drivers we share the road with. Remember that personality also holds the insights into our strengths and the unique ways we express those strengths. Your personality type can either help you or work against you. Or so says Buddha!

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