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Leaderese, the language of leading, leaders, and leadership is lead and curated by @VincentWright of @Brandergy
Location: West Hartford, CT, USA
Latest Activity: Dec 9, 2018
Started by Alan Gray Feb 25, 2016.
Started by Rodger Bailey. Last reply by Vincent Wright Sep 20, 2015.
Started by Don Shapiro. Last reply by Vincent Wright Aug 16, 2015.
That's truly an intriguing story, Shannon!
(You don't indicate if you looked at the video but, ironically, I was just adding this link regarding "The Capitalist Origins of the Myers-Briggs Personality Test" https://medium.com/s/story/the-capitalist-origins-of-the-myers-brig...
Speaking of Myers Briggs... REAL STORY...When I first learned how to use Mental Photography over 35 years ago, I had the opportunity to take a test I was not academically qualified to take. Out of the >300 "pre-qualified" people taking the test, only 22 passed. I was #11. I was one of the first people done with the exam.A major part of the test was a Myers Briggs logical deduction assessment. About 2 weeks after the test, I was contacted by Myers Briggs with their concern. The test was made to fail people, but I only had 1 wrong answer. I told them which question it was and what the possible choice of answers were from my photographic memory of the test, as there was only a change of 1 word between the 2 top choices. They did not like my response. They believed that a person never before having exposure to this type of testing should fail, I had corrupted their PASS/FAIL parameters. They challenged me; insinuating that I was lying or had somehow cheated. In the end, they had to accept they gravity of what I had done.This is how well Mental Photography can work for people. Sure, I put in the time and effort to make it work for me. Since Mental Photography is a NATURAL ability, it is actually more normal than 'reading' information.
My story of my accomplishment is only 1 of thousands since I learned this back then. My clients experience the same types of results when they commit themselves to doing what it takes.
#Leaderese #myersbriggs #zoxpro
Why those who rely on Myers Briggs should rethink relying on it:
A wee bit of feedback from MY life experience:You CAN'T worry about all the things in life worth worrying about.
(So, let's be merciful to ourselves & worry about the things we're capable of helping to solve. (If we're ALSO merciful to OURSELVES, we can help even more people.))
“All failed companies are the same: they failed to escape competition.” Peter Thiel @GROWTHESE @Leaderese @YEScipes @Brandergy @Coachese1"
When you call a business associate & hear that they're just getting out of the hospital... after THREE YEARS!!!
When was the last time you checked in on that long-lost friend?
Can't lead without doing. (We can instruct without doing but, we can't lead without doing... ) #Leaderese
One of my best writers, Melissa just wrote about 6 Classy Gifts for the Modern Business Man.
Good work Melissa!
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