Virtually all human beings would love to know precisely how other people perceive them: at first glance, and after getting the chance to meet them. In order to gain some insight into how other individuals perceive you, scrutinize the image below and remember the first thought or image that pops into your mind.
Did you first think that you saw a man’s face—or a woman’s face?
If you thought you saw the face of man first, then you’re probably strong-willed.
You’re likely a tough human being, and you tend to keep your feelings and emotions—both negative and positive—to yourself rather than displaying them to the world. More precisely, you probably try to keep a happy and pleasant demeanour regardless of how you really feel. What’s more, you are frequently energetic and take the lead whenever you can; you’re capable of making fast and wise decisions, even if you’re the only one that fully believes in them.
Most people likely think that you are a positive and productive individual, and they probably enjoy being around you because you make the time and activity more enjoyable. Additionally, you’re more curious than the average human being, and you prefer being honest and direct rather than to tell half-truths or beat around the bush. You tend to treat others better than they treat you—but remember to seek assurance and support from those close to you to avoid potential feelings of insecurity or sadness.
If you thought you saw the face of a woman first, then you’re likely inspiring.
You lead by example, which means you always try to do work as efficiently and as effectively as possible. Moreover, you’re probably quite generous, and your generosity often results in other people being more generous, caring, and helpful themselves. Not only are you likely a superior leader, but you lead with a particularly democratic style that incorporates the opinions of more people into final decisions or actions. Additionally, you tend to communicate very well with other individuals, and you’re able to delegate and assign work and tasks without offending people or acquiring their resentment.
Although you may be a little picky and sensitive when it comes to how you spend your free time (and who you spend it with), it’s probably only because you know yourself, you know what you enjoy, and you just want everyone to spend their time doing what they’ll enjoy most. Also, negativity sometimes rubs off on you, so you can’t be around negative human beings for long periods of time. However, the healthy boundaries that you set usually helps to minimize the amount of negativity that you absorb.
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