When you say you want to enrich your personality, by that you mean that you want to attempt towards discovering your potential and utilizing it for gaining success in life. This could be incorporated in your corporate life too where personalities play the rule of politics. You must cherish your vision dreams, as they are children of your soul. The man who actually knows what he wants in life has already gone a long way towards attaining it. Many, who were born to win, live a loser’s life only because they do not trust their potential said one of the great guys who have found meaning in life having enriched his personality over time.
Most of the times personality is only associated with physical attributes of people with the intellectual add-up, where heart and soul have no role to play. But this is not true. Personality includes your interior as well as your exterior which when combined brings you out as a person. A personality, which is spiritually empty, ethically corrupted and morally decayed, cannot be called a human personality. In fact interior is more important than exterior, yet many develop only that part of personality, which is visible. What you appear outwardly is not your true personality; your true personality is the invisible part of your body. While the physical aspect of personality is important, but one can never undermine the inner aspect. Your personality is a holistic representation of your body, mind and soul.
You strike a balance between both the things and then you see how you enrich your life by enriching your personality. In principle, every person possesses and can give expression to any of these things. Thus we can refer to their action as an expression of their thought. In one situation a person responds with the appropriate manners demanded by the occasion. In another context, the person may even violate good manners in order to express a sincere conviction or do what he thinks is right. In a third context, one’s conscious intentions or convictions may be over-ridden by deeper aspects of character. It is all but ruled by their personality.
Personality is a deeper potential beyond the fixed formations of character that lies in the unformed regions of being. It is not limited by stylized manners, acquired attitudes and beliefs or fixed psychological habits of response. You enrich your personality to enrich your life and thus the life of others who are directly or indirectly associated with you.