Cracking the Code to Personality Profiling

My Happy PersonalityDr. Leung, through the Personality Profiling Institute, will offer a course on personality profiling, which has implications on almost every facet of your life. Every interaction, every encounter, and every conversation is an opportunity to test your skills and ability to understand somebody else’s personality. A person’s personality has tremendous impact on his/her behavior, especially if we also know the specific details of the situation. What personality traits do you look for in a business partner? What personality characteristics attract you in a date or potential mate? What are the underlying personality traits that make someone right and suitable to be your lifelong soul mate?

You can either study and learn personality profiling, or you can leave it up to chance, your idiosyncratic biases, or just your initial gut feeling. Half of all marriages in the U.S. end in divorce, and about half of the remaining 50% of marriages have a pair of happy partners. So, only 1 out of 4 marriages have two happy couples. A common problem is that the pair should never have married in the first place because their personalities are simply not compatible.

Remember, for any discrepancy in personality, at least one of the two partners must personally sacrifice to make up for the difference in personality traits. And people, in general, do not like to make personal sacrifices, especially long-term. If you go into a relationship hoping to change the other person, or expecting the person to eventually change as the relationship grows, you are already setting yourself up for a failed relationship.

Same concept in the business world: alike attracts alike. The major difference is you probably don’t have to live with your business partner, but you may spend considerable time together at work. And even if you don’t spend time together at the workplace, business partners make business decisions, and if your partner’s decisions are constantly conflicting or incongruent with your decision, somebody has to give. Once again, at least one of you have to compromise and compensate for the differences in your personalities. Sooner or later, enough will be enough, and business tension rises and sometimes boils over.

I will explain the most important personality traits to consider in a relationship, whether a business partnership, a date, a long-term relationship, or a marriage. Compatibility is the keyword, and if there is insufficient compatibility in your personalities, the relationship is doomed from the start, but many people have never learned that fact, despite repeated or numerous failed relationships. They never learned how to analyze their own personality and other people’s personality.

They tend to jump from one relationship to another, without learning any valuable or ‘right’ lessons. They tend to blame it on the weather, the horoscope, the fortune cookie, their childhood, their alcoholism, just plain bad luck, and the list goes on and on. But the bottom line is if you want to be happy and successful in any interpersonal relationship, whether in business or at work, social life with compatible friends, or personal life with a mate, you really must learn to crack the code of personality profiling! This personality profiling course will do just that, as we cover the most essential personality traits to look for and discuss which traits are relatively resistant to change and which ones can change with conscious effort.

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