Personality determines investment consciousness
Virtue, character, and manner, these three aspects sum up a person's personality. Behavior is the subconscious appearance, character is the conscious manifestation, and virtue is the connotation of super-consciousness. Virtue is a person's worldview and principle of life, which embodies a person's realm of life. Personality is a person's habit of dealing with others, how to deal with interpersonal relationships and coping with social regulations. The size of the life pattern is determined by the personality. Manner is the consistency that a person shows when alone and in public. Character determines a person's social influence. Virtue is to lead what happens in real life through the understanding and cognition of abstract things. The answers to the various questions presented by the cultivation of virtuousness can be found through the cultivation of virtue. Virtue is the height of space that can be filled with the release of inner energy in the environment. Personality is a natural ability to control emotions. After being affected in the childhood growth environment, it treats images of emotional changes from external stimuli. The ability to accept setbacks and face challenges can be improved through repeated training. Character is the result of acquired path choice. Try to participate in social activities according to one's potential and interest, taking into account the stability of survival and the changes of opportunities for career development. Treat yourself and those related to yourself honestly, wait patiently for the right time to come, and act decisively. The personality of the investor directly affects the investment income. The choice of the investment target can reflect the person's virtue, the control of the investment income reflects the person's character, and the treatment of the income signifies the person's manner.