As 'you' see you
Experiences that are traumatic, ecstatic, mundane, memorable etc mould our outlook and determine the kinds of things we are attracted to or avoid.
Selective, manufactured, enhanced and suppressed memories can significantly colour the perception of your internal and external worlds.
The way the body and brain functions can impact on how you interact with the world and others thereby colouring your perceptions.
Who determines the way you feel about your body and why is this important?
These are almost always seen as the positive side of your attributes. The perceived potential for you to do well is usually derived from your and / or other peoples ideas about what abilities you have or don't have.
These are the perceived sum total of your positive and negative physical, mental and emotional qualities.
This is a complex area of perception. The term itself is somewhat abstract in that the ego (constructed sense of self) is enmeshed with inherited traits, cognitive dispositions and physical and mental agility.