PRIMARY PERSONALITY DESCRIPTORS:
Embraces opportunities for change and exploration
Driven by a profound sense of adventure and creativity
Captivates with spontaneity and a quick wit
Values innovation and cutting-edge thinking
Inspires brainstorming and inventive problem solving
You attract attention because you change the game.
WHO YOU ARE:
HOW YOU ADD VALUE:
You quickly solve problems with fresh solutions.
You're able to generate ideas that surprise people with a new perspective.
People watch to see what you'll do next, because you thwart tradition.
EXAMPLES OF LEADERS WHO USE REBELLION:
Richard Branson, Don Draper, David Letterman, Amelia Earhart, Jeff Bezos, Albert Einstein
HOW TO APPLY REBELLION AT WORK:
You are curious, unconventional, and seek new options. Want to channel these uncommon talents to reach your ultimate career potential? Once you tap into your natural REBELLION strengths, you can better persuade and captivate your co-workers, your boss, and your customers.
SECONDARY PERSONALITY DESCRIPTORS:
Creates strong and immediate emotional connections
Communicates expressively (such as colorful language and humor)
Attractive personal and professional style of interaction
Inspires people to become involved advocates
Attuned to the 5 senses: taste, touch, scent, sound, and sight
You quickly create warm emotional connections.
WHO YOU ARE:
HOW YOU ADD VALUE:
You captivate others with your vibrant and attractive style of communication.
Your approachable and transparent style makes you an "open book."
You intuitively understand ideas and feelings of others.
EXAMPLES OF LEADERS WHO USE PASSION:
Oprah Winfrey, Jack Welch, Tom Peters, U2's Bono, Leonardo Da Vinci, JK Rowling, Seth Godin
HOW TO APPLY PASSION AT WORK:
PASSION is one of the most immediately fascinating triggers. With PASSION as your secondary trigger, you capture widespread attention through colorful words, ideas, and actions. Now it's time to understand how to develop and apply that style of communication, so that you can more strategically persuade and inspire people throughout your job and career.
WHAT IT MEANS TO HAVE A DORMANT TRUST TRIGGER:
You are innovative and visionary. You fascinate others by discovering new solutions, and thinking “outside the box.” People rely on you to help them uncover new perspectives. For you, repeating the same task over and over quickly becomes boring and pointless. For instance, you prefer to set your own schedule, rather than maintaining a set timeframe. This is different than TRUST personalities, who seek repetition and patterns.
HOW THIS AFFECTS YOUR PERSONALITY BRAND:
You have an entrepreneurial approach to your career. At work, you dislike falling into ruts, or performing the same duties every day. You appreciate variety and actively seek new ways to accomplish a problem. When co-workers or clients bring you challenges, they know you’ll help them find new opportunities.
You intuitively know how to persuade others through your self-expression and enthusiasm. You typically find it easy to brainstorm ideas.
You love to explore. As a result, people are attracted to your expressive and curious nature. You are unlikely to be seen as boring.
SHOULD YOU LEARN HOW TO ACTIVATE YOUR TRUST TRIGGER?
In certain situations, you will want to convey a clear ability to follow through. In these cases, borrow from the TRUST trigger to build stability. For example, do exactly what you promised. Remain consistent in your voice and attitude. Follow the schedule. Avoid surprises. (And don’t get too creative.)
There are many ways to become a trusted and valued partner. The TRUST trigger is one way, but there are other ways. If you do not naturally enjoy repeating the same process over and over, you will never reach your full potential in a job that forces you to follow a rigid path.
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