Two men were out fishing. When the fish stopped biting, they started to talk. One man praised his wife and extolled her many virtues, summing it up by saying, “You know, if all men were like me, they would all want to be married to my wife.” “And if they were like me,” the other replied, “none of them would want to be!” Everybody’s different. Each person is born a unique individual. We’re all as different as our fingerprints. That’s true even of siblings born of the same parents and brought up in the same household. Even twins who are genetically identical have distinct personalities. Your personality type—your natural “wiring”— impacts your attitude. That’s not to say that you’re trapped by your personality, because you’re not. But your attitude is certainly impacted by it.
Maxwell, John C. (2006-08-29).