How do you Know if You are an Action Taker?

How do you know if you are an action taker?

Action Taker

Action Taker

Whether you are an action taker or a reflector tends to be determined at an unconscious level and is not something that you think about regularly. However, knowing about it is really important to make the most of the relationships around you and to be able to live in harmony, or at least understanding, with your partners or spouses or people in business or your staff. Imagine if you could predict people’s reactions to what is happening around them or your behaviour and both understand it and work with it. This preference is one of the meta programmes which enables us to filter the vast amount of information coming into our senses so that we manage whats happening and create the reality that we have which may be very different to other peoples’.

Watch the video of me talking about my preference and how that affects my relationships and my income. Also find out what question to ask yourself to find out which you are and what other people are as well.

The question to ask yourself and other people is “When you come into a situation, do you take action after considering  or do you step back and fully consider all the options before taking action, if you ever do?”

You will either be an action taker, like me, or a reflector or somewhere in between.

Once you realise where you are on the scale between reflector and action taker, you will start to understand your actions and also understand the actions of people who are different to you.

If you’d like to know more about differences between people and how you can work with people who are different to  you, contact me to have a conversation. I also run NLP courses which will help you understand how people function and what you can do to make the most of your life and be  happy and fulfilled. Click here to find out more about the courses

Until next week, happy reflecting or action taking, or a bit of each

Dr Bridget

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