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“You are always a valuable, worthwhile human being, not because anybody says so, not because you're successful, not because you make a lot of money, but because you decide to believe it and for no other reason” -Wayne Dyer So who are you? Who should you be ?? What makes you who you are???.

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  1. “You are always a valuable, worthwhile human being, not because anybody says so, not because you're successful, not because you make a lot of money, but because you decide to believe it and for no other reason” -Wayne Dyer So who are you? Who should you be?? What makes you who you are???

  2. PERSONALITY • What is your personality type? • What is your best personality match? • What makes you who you are?

  3. FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE YOUR PERSONALITY • Genetic Inheritance • Parenting Styles • Life experiences • Birth Order • Culture • Social Relationships • Abilities and Interests • Right or Left Brain

  4. Genetic Inheritance MALE - FEMALE

  5. Parenting styles


  7. Birth Order

  8. First Born- Often burdened by high parental expectations particularly if they are boys. For a time they are only children who gain undivided attention from their parents. Their every move is under scrutiny. When the second child comes along to steal the thunder the first born spends a lot of time and energy demonstrating their ascendency over others “Look Mommy he’s being naughty again!” is something a first born might say. They will go to great lengths to show that they are better than their other siblings. This may come across as bossy and domineering. First born often grow up to be excellent leaders and care givers such as Doctors, CEO’s, Principals. Anything that has power, prestige, and responsibility Second Born- Are often born into a competitive atmosphere, due to the pressure of the first born. Second born often adopt behaviors and characteristics that are exact opposite of the first born. Often the first is cooperative and pleasant, the second may be the trouble maker/risk taker. If the first is an academic, the second may be a sportsperson or excel in the arts. They are often the black sheep of their family choosing to make their mark in unconventional ways. If the second born is the middle child they become the peacemaker of the family. Their carries can range from sports or artistic jobs (not your usualy desk job) to nurturing positions such as a nurse or social worker.

  9. Youngest- often have the favored position in the family. They are unburden by high expectations that many parents have for the older siblings. Their parents tend to be less anxious about their development and provide them more freedom. Parents also have a difficult time letting go of their youngest, so they continue to baby they. As a result youngest children become needed of others often, and expect people to do things for them…just because (they are used to it) Only Child- Only children have the combination of being the first and last born. They acquire qualities from both. They are often alone so they learn how to keep themselves occupied. Only children often need extra alone time as an adult, but they do tend to marry at an earlier age. Twins- Twins have a bond like no other siblings because they are both the same age and raised at the same time. They are together from conception so they are used to being close to people. They often have similar qualities , but different personalities.

  10. Cultural Back ground

  11. Abilities and Interests

  12. Left or Right Brain? • Right Brain • Controls the left side of the body • Emotions, imagination, humor, and ideas • Expressive arts- playing music, painting, drawing, creative writing • Assessing perspective • Recognizing Patterns, Shapes, faces, and expressions • Left Brain • Controls the right side of the body • Understanding speech, reading, and speaking • Using language, writing • Understanding numbers, quantities, and calculations • Logical thinking, problem solving based on faces

  13. Introverted or Extroverted

  14. Perception Can you see the two men wearing hats?????

  15. How many horses do you see???

  16. Can you see the two girls???

  17. Can you see the two ladies???

  18. We all see the world differently, so don’t be so quick to judge, you might just learn something new

  19. “I will grow. I will become something new and grand, but no grander than I now am. Just as the sky will be different in a few hours, its present perfection and completeness is not deficient, so am I presently perfect and not deficient because I will be different tomorrow” -Wayne Dyer


  21. BE IMPECCABLE WITH YOUR WORD… Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoiding using the word to speak against yourself or to gossip about others. Use the power of your word in the direction of truth and love

  22. DON’T TAKE ANYTHING PERSONALLY… Nothing others do is because of you. What others say and do is projection of their own reality, their own dream. When you are immune to the opinions and actions of others, you wont be the victim of needless suffering.

  23. DON’T MAKE ASSUMPTIONS… Find the courage to ask questions and express what you really want. Communicate with others as clearly as you can to avoid misunderstandings, sadness, and drama. With just this one agreement, you can completely transform your life.

  24. ALWAYS DO YOUR BEST… Your best is going to change from moment to moment; it will be different when you are healthy as opposed to sick. Under any circumstance, simply do your best, and you will avoid self-judgment, self-abuse, and regret

  25. “Your life is the sum result of all the choices you make, both consciously and unconsciously. If you can control the process of choosing, you can take control of all aspects of your life. You can find the freedom that comes from being in charge of yourself” -Robert F. Bennett

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