How does flying make you feel? Does the thought of gliding like a bird exhilarate you? Does it make you contemplate your freedom? Or does it inspire frustration and anxiety? Your personality makes you unique, and speaks volumes about the way you might respond to different situations. For example, Trevor is anxious and afraid, and can't wait to get to shore, while the others are experiencing excitement. Amy believes she can always accomplish more, and that a minute not working is a minute wasted. She's an overachiever, and so multitasking, even at home, is fulfilling for her. While her husband Matt-- Matt chooses to enjoy life one task at a time. His is a life driven by comfort and ease. Amy's father Andrew-- he might be annoyed or irritated. In the same living room you have three different personalities all responding to the same things but in different ways. Expression of personality is as much about the way experiences are perceived by the individual as the way an individual interacts with others. Aaron is definitely enjoying the show, while her husband David feels it's tedious and dull. What makes you approach the world the way you do? Biology? Environment? Stability? Change? Decisions? Fate? In this course, you'll learn how all of these things help shape your personality.