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Every country has prominent personalities among them who have contributed to many beneficial, important, big steps forward, or something else. Prominent personalities are usually characterized by the fact that people know them, talk about them, or, on the contrary, do not know about them, but know their work. In any case, these people do their best to make them known, to spread and to spread their reputation, which is why we have the category: Prominent personalities of the given country.
As psychological characteristics of the personality, we refer to those psychological phenomena that are permanently present, permanent features of the psyche. Psychological characteristics largely influence the frequency and form of experienced psychological states (e.g. anxiety as a psychological characteristic can predict more frequent occurrence of anxiety states). We can detect the property only by external behavior (a more or less justified generalization of the observed manifestations of personality).
A significant person is a person who has done something significant. But what significant thing must a person do to become a significant personality? Is there a scale or yardstick by which we know what is not yet and what is already significant? And what is the difference between a famous person and a famous person? A well-known person is "just" known, a significant person is significant. From this it can be concluded that a well-known personality is a personality that many people know. A notable person is a well-known person who has done something significant. Thus, a significant act is understood as an act of a famous personality, while a famous act is understood as an act of a significant personality. On the other hand, an important personality can also perform unknown actions, or even completely insignificant actions. It follows that even an insignificant personality can perform significant actions.