As a startup founder and the Director of an Entrepreneurship Center, I meet plenty of new people each day. I expend a lot of effort to ensure I remember each person I meet, but the sheer volume of people I'm introduced to each day makes it challenging to remember each person and the context under which we connected. Because of this, I've had to develop a few tricks to interact with people whom's names or faces I don't remember.
In business, developing a good rapport with your clients is everything. Imagine how much easier that process would be if you knew each clients'personality type! A stealth way you could identify their personality type is by embedding personality questions into your intake process. Here’s a few hacks to help you do so.
Want to know if you and your date are compatible? Looking to build a rapport with a potential client? Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could “hack “ into the personalities of people you meet? Well, this is actually possible. The secret is having an understanding of the basics of Jungian personality theory, and recognizing clues in a person’s behaviors, physical environment, appearance, and communication.
I’m sure many of you in the Myers-Briggs/ Jungian community have seen the infographic that highlights income based on personality type. If not, check it out below. According to the infographic, ENTJ makes the most money, followed by ESTJ. But what do these two types have in common? They both share the same dominant cognitive function.
Many people dream of starting their own business, and for good reason. There are several advantages to being an entrepreneur. A few perks include freedom to determine your own schedule, unlimited income potential, and being your own boss. However, many people have a difficult time deciding what type of business they’d like to start
I go to networking events fairly often and while at these events, I run into several CEOs of small businesses. While the title of CEO looks good on a business card and is probably a source of pride for the owner, it can be a dead giveaway that your business is small or even a one person operation. Let me explain why.