Get ahead in life by learning how to read other people and their motivations. This book will help you understand yourself more fully and interpret a whole wealth of different personality traits. This book draws on popular personality tests such as Myers-Briggs and other techniques such as NLP.
–This practical guide looks at all sorts of personality types:
mover–shakers • party animals • jump-or-be-pushed • woods-or-trees (big picture/fine detail) • carrot or stick (what motivates you?) • dreamers • risk-takers • rule-breakers
…or one of many other types.
–Find out how different personality types react in certain situations: decision-making • social life • chatting someone up • job interviews • asking your boss for a pay rise
–With lots of ‘what type am I?’ quizzes, this guide is always practical, focusing on how to use these insights effectively
Susan Quilliam is a columnist for FHM, Good Housekeeping and ivillage and is a respected relationships expert, having written books for Relate and The Samaritans. She is also author of the bestselling Body Language Secrets.Dalla quarta di copertina:
The Ultimate Guide
How much more successful, effective and fulfilled we would be if we could really understand our own personalities – and everyone else's! Susan Quilliam makes this possible with her new light-hearted and down-to-earth guide. With practical advice on key life issues, including career success, romance, socialising, and achieving your potential, 'What Makes People Tick?' will quite simply give you the edge in life.
Through 'What Makes People Tick?', you'll discover:
• your own personality with the help of over 20 quizzes
• how to identify and understand 50 key personality traits
• the personality tactic that'll convince your boss to give you a raise
• how to fall in love with the right person, forever
• easy ways to handle really difficult people
• how to buy the right presents for the right people every time
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Descrizione libro Thorsons, 2003. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110722539908