Surefire Ways To Discover Who You Are And Learn All About Your The Hidden Traits As Well As Mastery When Communicating Effectively With Other People! This Book Is One Of The Most Valuable Resources In The World When It Comes To Discovering What Type Of Person You Are, What...
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The 9 Personality Types

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Surefire Ways To Discover Who You Are And Learn All About Your The Hidden Traits As Well As Mastery When Communicating Effectively With Other People! This Book Is One Of The Most Valuable Resources In The World When It Comes To Discovering What Type Of Person You Are, What Makes You 'Tick' And How You Can Deal With It To Get Serious Results In Your Life!"

We are all different! You know you do not have to be a rocket scientist to
know this. However, when it comes to dealing with the people who do not
have the same personality like yours, how would you react?
Just because you have been a joker, it does not mean you can make a CEO
of a multi-national company laughs. Just because you are passionate about
people, it does not mean your boss thinks the same way like you do. Just
because you do not want to hurt your best friend, it does not mean you
should withhold the unpleasant information (being cheated by the
boyfriend) from her.
When I was working in a jewelry company, I had no idea what was wrong
with my boss that he kept pushing the limit of his employers to work
overtime. When that happened, some of the staffs start mumbling and
complaining about not having enough time to spend with their families or
loved ones. To these staffs, relationships with their loved ones mean a lot to
On the other hand, my boss had a totally different idea about the entire
incident. There was only one thing in his mind – delivering the promise,
best products and excellent service to his big client. It is not difficult to
understand why he kept pushing the staffs to the limit. No matter what it
takes, his priority to keep his business staying at the top in the industry.
It took me a while to understand this.
In this e-book, you will learn and understand much more about the
different types of personalities. While everyone is unique, you can generally
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group them into 9 types: Controller, promoter, analyzer, supporter,
controller/analyzer, promoter/controller, promoter supporter, supporter
analyzer and centric.
Don’t worry if you do not know what these terms mean. As you journey
together with this e-book, you are going to get acquainted with these
personalities and your benefit?
Understand them better and know how to deal with them effectively.
Each personality type will be discussed in their areas of attributes,
strengths, weaknesses and the right way to deal with them.
Are you ready?
Great! Welcome to the Personality Vault!
The 9 Personality Types
Find Out The Different Personality Types And Learn How to
Deal With It
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Chapter 1:
Understanding The Controller Personality
Do you have what it takes to be a controller? What does it mean to have the
controller mindset and conduct? Don’t be scared by the term of controller.
As you learn their attributes in this chapter, you are going to be equipped to
deal with them effectively.
This chapter talks about:
Ø The Attributes of the Controller Personality
Ø A Controller’s Strengths
Ø A Controller’s Weaknesses
Ø How to Deal With a Controller?
Not all of us like the terms of controllers but you will learn exactly why you
need these controllers on earth to make the world a better place to be.
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The Attributes of the Controller Personality
A controller is usually someone who takes initiative in doing things
naturally. They are the ones who have no problems with decision making.
These people appear to be strong-willed, confident, capable and efficient.
When controllers are hanging out with their friends, they will come out
with ideas of the activities. They will decide where the places will be and
who will be in-charge of a certain task. When a controller is running his
own company, he knows exactly which direction to head to. In a family, if a
husband is a controller, the wife and children will not need to worry about a
thing simply because the husband has already made all the decisions.
This group of people is very task-oriented. Whenever a task is given to
them, you can be sure they are in good hands and know they will get it done
on time. Their motto is this – no matter what it takes, it has to be done.
How about the sensitive side of them? Well, if you are a lady and looking
for a new age sensitive guy, controllers are going to disappoint you.
Controllers appear to be insensitive and emotions will not normally affect
them in any way. While some of your friends may not even dare to confront
you of your wrongdoings, these people have no problems with it comes to
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A Controller’s Strengths
Get Things Done: A controller’s performance is always...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013977310
  • Publisher: 0penny.com
  • Publication date: 5/27/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 60
  • File size: 581 KB

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    There are a ton of typos. It is really making it hard to focus.

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