Trudi concludes the discussion of Expressives by focusing on the needs of the Expressive teen and Expressive child. What to watch out for if you are parenting an Expressive.
Trudi begins to talk about the Expressive social style.
(Note: Because of technical difficulties during class, this studio version of the lesson was recorded on Monday, May 6, 2013 – which is why you won’t hear the laughter and comments from the class, which were many.)
Tim continues to discuss the Amiable social style, how to connect with an Amiable, and what the Amiable has to watch out for.
Tim continues the discussion of the things that annoy us by looking at the Amiable social style. How can you tell you have an Amiable? What is important to an Amiable?
Are you an amiable?
Trudi begins the discussion of our social styles – also known as temperaments or personalities. We start with a short quiz and an explanation of the Driver.
Are you a Driver?
Trudi begins a new series entitled, “Why are you like that!?” with a discussion of the things that annoy us, and the labeling that often occurs with the people we find annoying.