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Making Use of Your Multiple Personalities

I'm a Gemini, the sign of the twins. We Gemini’s often get accused of being moody, fickle, and a little ... People claim, on any given day, they don’t know which of the twins they will en

I'm a Gemini, the sign of the twins. We Gemini’s often get
accused of being moody, fickle, and a little unpredictable.
People claim, on any given day, they don’t know which of
the twins they will encounter.

But Gemini or not, everyone’s life, to some extent, is made
up of multiple characters. We all have several
personalities that show themselves depending on the
circumstances.

* At work we’re organized, thorough, and professional.

* Around our friends, we may be goofy, talkative, and
relaxed.

* Around strangers we find ourselves quiet, amiable, and
pleasant.

Each of these personalities serves us in some facet.

Some of you may think: "Oh no, I’m consistent. I’m
the same person around my friends that I am at work or at a
party." Really? Have any of these situations ever
happened to you:

1. You are at work, alone in your office, talking to your
significant other on the phone. Your boss sticks her head
in the door. Does your tone suddenly change?

2. You are having lunch with a group of friends at the
mall. One of your former professors walks by. Do you
suddenly find yourself sitting a little straighter,
speaking a little more proper as you introduce him?

3. You are at the park with your family. You spot someone
from your networking group. Is the laid back family guy
suddenly replaced with Mr. Business?

Depending on the circumstances, we all have a different
face we put on to play a certain role.


Now imagine this: your personalities suddenly become real
life people. They can walk and talk, but they stay in
character ALL the time. For example, The Organizer from
work behaves the same way at home and around friends.

So what would happen, if you and all of your "real life"
personalities took a road trip? You’re stuck in the car for
10 hours really getting to know each other. What drives
each one? What are their strengths and weaknesses? What
could they learn from one another? What skills does The
Manager possess that could benefit The Wife? What
sensitivities does The Friend display that The Colleague
could mimic?


Each of our personalities helps us be successful in our
relationships and various circumstances. But each of our
personalities does not need to be confined to a specific
situation. Your team members could use some of the
compassion you show your kids. Your marriage could use
some of the creativity you display at work. So, don’t be
afraid: let your personalities out to playBusiness Management Articles, no matter
where they are.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Myrtis Smith, the founder of Premeditated Life is a personal
and career coach. Download her FREE eBook "Your Personal
Success Guide" at www.premeditatedlife.com



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