Personality Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old personality quotes, personality sayings, and personality proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.

When people see your personality come out, they feel so good, like they actually know who you are.     

Usain Bolt

Personality begins where comparison ends.     

Karl Lagerfeld

Personality is only ripe when a man has made the truth his own.     

Soren Kierkegaard

Personality is the knowledge that we are apart from the rest of the universe.     

Ernest Dimnet

A beautiful appearance will last a few decades, but a beautiful personality will last a lifetime.     


We get criticized for showing no personality, then we get penalized when we do.     

Lindsay Davenport

If you want to build your personality don't do extraordinarily, just act like a human being.     

Mohammad Rishad sakhi

Attractiveness and magnetism of man's personality is the result of his inner radiance.     

Yajur Veda

Don't try to take on a new personality; it doesn't work.     

Richard M. Nixon

The deeds and motive of man define his personality.     

Lailah Gifty Akita

You can't photoshop your ugly personality.     


One's personality can be understood from the people they mingle with.     

Kazi Shams

Positive expectations are the mark of the superior personality.     

Brian Tracy

It's not what you say, it's how you say it - because personality always wins the day.     

Joseph L. Baron

Personality is that which is thrust upon us.     

Balkrishna Panday

For the adult, all the world is a stage and the personality is the mask one wears to play the assigned role.     

Sam Keen

Personality is, in fact, only a free being emphasizing and recognizing itself as such. Every man makes his own personality, he is to that extent his own creator.     

Sabine Baring-Gould

There is no formula for how to deal with different personality types. The process is one of exploration and observation. You can see how people respond to different things. You can approach them in a manner, see how they respond, and adjust accordingly. It's almost like you are putting out feelers to get a sense of how best to relate to them.     

Michael Mamas

Personality is not a predictor of character.      

Betty Russell

Personality is the supreme value, and should be regarded as an end and not merely as a means to an end.     

Kirby Page

Personality is regarded as a collection of relatively discrete, independent, and narrow social capacities, each relevant to performance only within a specific domain of life.     

David C. Funder

Personality is the outcome of our conditionings.     

Balkrishna Panday

Our lives are shaped as profoundly by personality as by gender or race. And the single most important aspect of personality ... is where we fall on the introvert-extrovert spectrum.     

Susan Cain

The nucleus of personality is the totality of "activity attitudes" toward the world.     

Robert J. Sternberg

But then one regrets the loss even of one's worst habits. Perhaps one regrets them the most. They are such an essential part of one's personality.     

Oscar Wilde

Our social personality is a creation of the thoughts of other people.     

Marcel Proust

Personality refers to the very essence of an individual's unique nature. To become a personality is to achieve wholeness--to become complete. This is a lifelong process that requires a connection to one's social world but without total conformity to it.     

Jim McMartin

Your personality is what's holding you back.     

Jason Donnelly

Never underestimate personality. A sense of humor will make you popular; a little confidence will win you jobs; and the right amount of sass or cockiness will score you dates. Personality shines from within, mingling spirit and intelligence, so it's safe to assume it originates in the brain.     

Susan Scutti

Personality is largely molded around how people hide, protect, or defend what they feel is a personal core weakness. The first thing you have to do is recognize the other person's vulnerability.     

Michael Mamas