Feb 4, 2015
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Behavioral analysis. Four temperaments: Mad, Glad, Sad, Scared.
Steve talks about our six part decision making pattern.
Myers Briggs encompasses how people think internally about the world around them.
DISC assessments tell you how people will do things.
How online personality assessments stop short after you get your results.
There are two types of people:
obtainers who are more aggressive and outward focused.
maintainers who maintain order and are more laid back and passive.
Me-me conflicts. I don’t get in the car unless I’m driving it.
When it comes to networking and our behaviors, they can work for us always, but they can work against us if we have desires that are not in sync with the behaviors that we possess.
Steve was a housepainter for 18 years. During this time, he would spend hours helping the homeowners with their businesses and personal problems.
He wasn’t doing what he is, he was doing what he could to earn money.
His wife told him he needs to get paid to talk to people.
Steve went through the process to master personality analysis and trained with a mentor. He is the most successful student with clients in over eighteen countries.
He discovered his niche at 38 years old.
Steve provides advice for people who are making a career change.
Statically, people change careers three times on average in America.
Sit and think about what you’re doing and what it is you want to do. Keep your ears open for the door of opportunity to knock.
Never leave on a negative.
Take baby steps.
You only have one go of it. Don’t sit on your deathbed with a bunch of shoulda, coulda, wouldas.
We become what we think we need to be in order to be successful in front of other human beings.
Religion and human interactivity. Do we perform for the gods or for others?
Steve shares thoughts on self-publishing.
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