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Princess Jasmine is exotic. She is unique. She is willing to step way out of her comfort zone, to put herself ‘out there’ and take a risk for someone she loves, to find that one she loves.

Princess Jasmine objected to being forced into a mold, to doing the ‘expected.’ She opted to be herself.

 Princess Jasmine Worth Developing

Princess Jasmine Worth Developing

Princess Jasmine’s personality traits worth developing.

Spirited – There’s something that stirs inside her, that churns and bubbles and aches to come out. Nothing in. nothing out. I want to study hard, learn much so I can explore who I want to be.

Curious – You can’t know or experience something new until you want to try. You have to first be interested. Only then can you explore.

Caring – not only about herself. Princess Jasmine was willing to look at someone that nobody would, to see if there might be something there that nobody else noticed.

Independent – it’s hard to standout if you have to always rely on someone/s else to move forward. It’s good to have friends and family you can rely on. But you don’t want to be in a position where you can’t do something until somebody else does their part.

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Self-confident – this is best learned by trial and failure, the regrouping and learning from mistakes until you eventually try and succeed, then build on those successes. Self-confidence can be learned, too.

Willpower – tough to have. Even tougher to succeed without it. Perhaps it is best learned by imitating someone else you trust who demonstrates it.

Related: Personality traits of Princess Ariel that are worth developing

Rich – in character and desire, in knowledge and lessons learned from experiences.

Sharp-tongued – words don’t have to cut people, but words do need to slice through all the nonsense to get to the point. Pointed conversation doesn’t have to hurt. It does, however, need to be incisive.

Arrogant – when used for good is called confident; when used for bad is call pride. An old cowboy philosopher once said, “If you can do it, it’s not boasting.”

Cunning – done for bad results is called sly, even deceitful. But for good results is called finagling, making something happen.

Clever – make do, use resources that you have instead of whine about what you do not have. Find a way to make something happen.

Honest – What you see is what you get. Too often we want to know what somebody is really thinking only to find out we don’t like what they are thinking. Better to be honest and know than dishonest and wonder.

Good at heart – you can teach good-hearted people to be good at something. But those who are good at something can’t always learn to be good-hearted.

Impetuous – can get you in trouble, but can also get you moving. It’s easier to change directions when you are moving.

Adventurous – a desire to explore will open up new doors and new experiences that the timid will never know. Daddy says, ‘Try!”

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Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 37 and 33. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8, 9, 10 … now 11!

Bill Belew

Professional Blogger, social media marketer, professor of marketing, Christian and dad.

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