3-part video series on self-love with Sharon Pearson

3-part video series on self-love with Sharon Pearson

 

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What is your thinking style and why is it so important?

Why should you be curious about your thinking style?

Your thinking style tells you about how you are making decisions on a subconscious level and what type of behaviour comes as a result of that way of thinking. For example, many people are doers, they are Dynamos, they are great at getting things done but may be unclear about their overall purpose in life and why they do the things they do!

If this sounds like you, you may be feeling stuck or empty and wondering what life is all about as Einstein says:

‘Insanity is repeating the same thing over and over and expecting a different result’!

Access your FREE Metadynamics profile questionnaire and receive your personalised report to learn your thinking style for professional, business and leadership development!!

Which archetype do you resonate with?

1) Visionary – Environment – You are a leader!

Individuals who are high on Environment are open to change, are experimenting and free thinking. They have a tendency of trying out new solutions to problems when required, such an individual is ideal as a leader. On the flip side, having no real regards for tradition, they may tend to welcome change a little too much without a clear purpose and alter everything which they can to suit their own thinking style.

2) Architect – loves structure!

Individuals who are high on Structure demonstrate the attributes to create systems and processes that are in place or needs to be in place in order to allow for a successful environment. They have a quick-witted ability to determine relationships between ideas and a tendency to engage in analysing information for problem solving. As an Architect, they demonstrate strengths in contingency planning. They will create sustainable structures through the anticipation of potential challenges and make decisions based on consequential and critical thinking so as to not result in those they lead having to engage in “last minute fixing”. At times, strong Architect individuals may appear stubborn and sceptical to change and must learn to accept other methods and/or processes from others that could yield a better outcome.

3) Dynamo – Implementation – You get things done!

This individual is autonomous in functioning independently without reliance on others. Strong Dynamos are identified by their determination to achieve their goals and outcomes that they set for themselves and others. They succeed by perseverance, originality and a desire to do whatever is needed or wanted by the group in which they represent. Great Dynamos think on the spot when presented with a challenge and are quick in identifying and organising the resources needed to achieve an outcome. They tend to respond to praise and criticism more so than others and are driven by the expectations of their group.

4) Collaborator – You are great with people!

The Collaborator has a strong preference and innate ability to connect with others and a strong commitment in wanting to guide those around them. They are responsive and responsible as team players and generally feel real concern for what others think or want. The common strategy taken as a Collaborator is by handling problems and challenges with consideration for the other person’s perspective. In doing so, they create a level of trust with others in their capacity to identify strengths and stretches in others and leading them in the direction of shared vision. Having a fundamental need for human interaction, their ability to empathise with others is put to good use. However so, they will not easily make decision which work against this.

MINI METADYNAMICS PROFILE (VALUED AT AUD$200)!

What is your thinking style and why is it so important?

Why should you be curious about your thinking style?

Your thinking style tells you about how you are making decisions on a subconscious level and what type of behaviour comes as a result of that way of thinking. For example, many people are doers, they are Dynamos, they are great at getting things done but may be unclear about their overall purpose in life and why they do the things they do!

If this sounds like you, you may be feeling stuck or empty and wondering what life is all about as Einstein says:

‘Insanity is repeating the same thing over and over and expecting a different result’!

Access your FREE Metadynamics profile questionnaire and receive your personalised report to learn your thinking style for professional, business and leadership development!!

Which archetype do you resonate with?

1) Visionary – Environment – You are a leader!

Individuals who are high on Environment are open to change, are experimenting and free thinking. They have a tendency of trying out new solutions to problems when required, such an individual is ideal as a leader. On the flip side, having no real regards for tradition, they may tend to welcome change a little too much without a clear purpose and alter everything which they can to suit their own thinking style.

2) Architect – loves structure!

Individuals who are high on Structure demonstrate the attributes to create systems and processes that are in place or needs to be in place in order to allow for a successful environment. They have a quick-witted ability to determine relationships between ideas and a tendency to engage in analysing information for problem solving. As an Architect, they demonstrate strengths in contingency planning. They will create sustainable structures through the anticipation of potential challenges and make decisions based on consequential and critical thinking so as to not result in those they lead having to engage in “last minute fixing”. At times, strong Architect individuals may appear stubborn and sceptical to change and must learn to accept other methods and/or processes from others that could yield a better outcome.

3) Dynamo – Implementation – You get things done!

This individual is autonomous in functioning independently without reliance on others. Strong Dynamos are identified by their determination to achieve their goals and outcomes that they set for themselves and others. They succeed by perseverance, originality and a desire to do whatever is needed or wanted by the group in which they represent. Great Dynamos think on the spot when presented with a challenge and are quick in identifying and organising the resources needed to achieve an outcome. They tend to respond to praise and criticism more so than others and are driven by the expectations of their group.

4) Collaborator – You are great with people!

The Collaborator has a strong preference and innate ability to connect with others and a strong commitment in wanting to guide those around them. They are responsive and responsible as team players and generally feel real concern for what others think or want. The common strategy taken as a Collaborator is by handling problems and challenges with consideration for the other person’s perspective. In doing so, they create a level of trust with others in their capacity to identify strengths and stretches in others and leading them in the direction of shared vision. Having a fundamental need for human interaction, their ability to empathise with others is put to good use. However so, they will not easily make decision which work against this.