Love to do some charity work. Have a passion for writing and do it in my spare time
W. Mocroft, Philanthropist, Master Degree in International Business, Las Vegas
Answered Oct 08, 2020
Narcissists will usually have a big ego. They would want to prove that they are better than they actually are. This would sometimes compel them to lie about their accomplishments and what they are supposed to get.
Deep in their minds, they feel that they actually deserve these things. They will show people a version of themselves that is far better than what they actually are. Egotists, on the other hand, will be able to show themselves through the way that they treat people.
They will not care about anybody else but themselves. They are not very empathic so they will not feel anything whenever they step on other people to get to where they would like to be.
Narcissists tend to possess an enormous ego. They do not reveal their true selves, but they instead show you a representative version of themselves. Narcissists do not know what is human, or how to behave, while an egotist, everything is always about them.
Egotists can often be immoral in how they treat people. They may be superficial, or sometimes they just don’t care about anybody but themselves, and so they lack empathy. A narcissist, on the other hand, often feel that they are inferior. Still, they also live in an imaginary world where they are the stars of the show.
Both egotists and narcissists do not know how to nourish their relationships with others. Therefore, he or she often finds themselves alone and lonely. Although an egotist will generally only surround themselves with other people who will kiss their butts, they are not real friends or family.