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What's your genius pt 3

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Hello again! Jay Niblick here and welcome to the much anticipated video no. 3. In the previous videos we've talked about the research study and what it was and why we did it, what we found and most importantly how you have to completely change the way you think about yourself, your natural talents and the way you think about success, satisfaction and happiness. So now let's talk about The Solution. Or, at least, the first of the two traits in that Solution. Know Thyself. These are the words that are enscribed above the entrance to the temple of Apollo at Delphi, which was the site of the secret oracle in ancient Greece. People who visited the oracle sought to find out what their destiny was or which course of action they should take in some particular instance. Ironically, however, those who entered seeking guidance failed to truely understand the real meaning of the message right above their heads. "Know Thyself" didn't mean "Know For Yourself" as in ask someone else what the answer is and they will tell you. It meant "Know Of Yourself" as in the answers lie within. The best answers to questions of destiny or which direction you should take lie within you in other words. And the only way to get them is to know your true natural talents, to develop your Self Awareness to that 90% level we saw in the best performers in our study. Only once you truely understand yourself can you then decide where to go and how best to get there. You see, your destiny really is written by your own hand. One of the best ways I found to develop that kind of Self Awareness is through the use of validated scietific tools that can accurately measure and help you understand these kinds of aspects of yourself. You see, while introspection is great and simply asking yourself the question "Hm... What are my greatest natural talents?" is always a worthwile endavour but this kind of thought can't deliver the level of measurment and objective, key word, objective accuracy that we're looking for ultimately. That's in part because it's hard to be objective about ourselves or assess ourselves honestly in all areas. There's an old saying that says "The eye can't see the eye" however if you hold a mirror up in front of your face - Voila! The eye can now see itself. Well, you hold such a mirror in your hands right now. Two, actually. You're watching this video because you took a profile through my company and at some point if by the way you're not holding the DISC index and values index profiles in your hand then you need to go to the website you see right here on the screen in front of you and take those two profiles. They're completely free. So go do that if you don't have them in your hands right now and then come back. Now assuming you have these 2 profiles in your hands these profiles, they're wonderful ways of developing your own Self Awareness. When I talk about Self Awareness the same level and type of Self Awareness that we discovered in the study, I'm talking about 3 different aspects of Self Awareness. Those aspects are: What natural talents you possess based on how you think and make decisions, the way your brain is wired. But there's also WHY you are motivated to use those talents based on your natural motivational drivers inspirations, your passions... These are also things that we can measure. And then finally HOW do you prefer to use these talents. And that's based on your natural behavioural style. So WHAT, WHY and HOW. What natural talents do you possess? Why are you motivated to use them? And how do you prefer to use them? These are the 3 discrete aspects of Self Awareness that you're gonna have to develop. And I'm gonna help you starting right here in this video. The DISC index profile you took measures your HOW. And the values index profile that you've taken measures your WHY. And we're going to explore those two profiles here in this video. Now the 3rd piece WHAT natural talents you have requires a little more time than we have here in this video or any video for that matter, and I'm gonna give you some resources that will help you in that area at the end of video no. 4, so be watching out for that. So are you ready? Let's go with your HOW dimension first your DISC index or in other words how you like to behave based on your natural behavioural style. So grab the DISC index profile make sure you've got it in front of you here we go! How you prefer to interact with your world is what the DISC index looks like. How you like to act in other words. And we use DISC theory. D.I.S.C. That's the theory of behaviour that we use simply because it's been proven to be perhaps the most accurate behavioural assessment on the planet. There are 4 dimensions of behaviour measured in this theory. D. I. S. and C. D stands for Dominance or Decisiveness, I stands for Influencing or Interacting, S stands for Stability and C stands for Cautiousness or Conscientousness depending on who you read. Now I know that while I can't personally debrief all of your report here in the limited time we have we have done the next best thing. Perhaps better since you can do it in your pyjamas whenever you want as many times as you want. We've created in the DISC index a report that explains your natural behavioural style and inside you'll find all kinds of goodies. In its pages you'll find your own Genius. in a couple of different categories. And this is a great 1st step down the path of becoming extremely Self Aware. So get your report out and let's actually dig in. Now there are two different versions of our DISC Index out there so depending on where you took them you may have a slightly different page order. So I'm gonna give you the title of the page and two page numbers that it might be. The first one I wanna look at and we may jump around here a little bit is either on page 4 or page 5 depending on your version and it's titled the 4 components of behaviour. You'll know you're there because it's got 4 columns and a graph with list of words underneath and they're color coded on top Decisive, Interactive, Stabilizing and Cautious. This page describes those four dimensions of behaviour. So from left to right you see D - Decisiveness, this is how you tend to deal with problems or approach decision making. Next to that is I - the Interactiv, this is the people dimension, how you tend to interact with others and share opinions. S is for Stabilizing, and that's the pace, how you prefer to pace things in your environment. And lastly is C, in the D.I.S. and C. C stands for Cautiousness it's dealing with procedures your preference for established procedures, protocoles, standards... So you have Problems, People, Pace and Procedures. The important thing to remember in DISC theory is that you're not any one of this you're all four. You're about to see a report where you have a score from 0 to 100 and many people make the mistake of saying "Oh, my highest is this. That must be my most dominate one." But you really need to look at the report and understand where you lie in all four because a very low score may also have a lot of power behind it. For example a very low S can be very Active, the pace that a low S prefers is very Fast paced, very Impetuous, Spontaneous, Active, Restless, see the words that are at the bottom of that column. As opposed to a very high S which doesn't like a fast pace, likes a lot of Predictability, a lot of Certanity, a lot of Security, can even be Patient and someone Complacent, Stable - the words on the top part of that column. So just know as we go through here don't ignore low scores. All right? Let's start with the D. A very high D, looking at the column, becomes a faster paced decision maker. Sometimes too fast. Very Demanding, Driving, Forceful. As opposed to a lower D the lower your D score goes the slower you are in making decisions. the more Conservative you are, the longer it takes for you to make that decision, you really want to deliberate over it before you make it. Let's look at the I. So it measuress your preference for interacting with others. The higher your I score goes the more Outgoing, the more Extroverted, the more Interactive, the more Influencing. The lower the score goes in the I column the exact opposite more Introvertive, less willing or open to talk more Withdrawn, more Quiet. Next comes the S, this is how you deal with pace. Again, like I said, the high S very Stable, very Certanity or Security driven, they like lots of Control, they like a slow change, they're not crazy about lots of fast change. As opposed to a low S, the lower the S goes the faster the pace they want. The more change, less Certanity, less Security, just maverick sea at the (...) And finally comes the C dimension. The higher the C goes the more Conscientous you are for protocols and standards or the more Cautious you are with detail and accuracy. So as the C goes up you become more Perfectionistic, more Methodical, more Accurate, more Attentive to detail. And as the C goes down you become less of all of that. So less attentive to detail, less Cautious, in your accuracy, less Compliant with rules and standards... You become very Careless in some cases if it gets low enough. So that's the overview of the four behavioural dimensions. D.I.S. and C. Starting, again, depending on your version on either page 5 or page 6 we start to see your specific scores. This information is specific to just you. The two bar graphs on the left I'll explain them in a second and the bullets to the right of them these are specific to just you. Now the top half of the page is the standard stuff, it's given in every report, and never changes and it's educational in nature just flashing out for you what a higher D or a lower D may tend to look like behaviourally. Here you see a natural score with the bar and an adaptive bar. Let's talk a little bit about natural versus adaptive. Natural behavioural style is where you would tend to go naturally thus the name natural. It is without thinking how you would tend to behave in a specific dimension. So since you're on page 5 you're looking at a red bar with some score on it and it's talking about your level of D for Decisiveness. Wherever that is - 0 to 100 that's how Decisive you naturally would tend to be. Now this is again your natural style. So the point here is not what te score is but without thinking or when stressed or when pressured this is what you would naturally revert to. And then to the right of that you see a score under Adaptive - another red bar and a score above that somewhere and it says Adaptive underneath that. And as the name implies this is how you feel you need to adapt your level of Decisiveness. This is a very important distinction because since we're talking about becoming Authentic you're gonna be able to use this report to identify and confirm where you may be inauthentic. The Adaptive score is how you change your behaviour in this dimension based on your perception of what you think you should be as opposed to what you naturally are. For example, you might have a 60 D but your Adaptive goes up to an 80. And that's saying to you and I that I feel I need to be more decisive. Just faster paced, solve problems, make decisions without thinking as much. Or I have an 80 D and my Adaptive goes down to a 50. And that is saying that I'm too decisive, I don't think enough, maybe I just am reacting without deliberating, without considering the pros and cons. And I'm showing that when I adapt my level of D I push it down, because I perceive it needs to be less. Now, this is crucial because the discussion is about 1. Self Awareness but 2. Authenticity. And the Adaptive is not Authentic. It's the Natural that's Authentic. And so this report is no. 1. gonna help you understand if there's any areas in your life where you're intentionally, whether subconsciously or otherwise, creating inauthenticity. The further the distance between these two scores the greater the spread, the more inauthentic you're becoming. Now, I don't worry about this unless it exceeds 30 maybe even 40 points spreads. 10, 20, 25 points - that's a normal variance, we all tend to think we need to modify ourselves a little bit, nothing wrong with that. But if you're getting near 40 points or more that's a significant degree of adaptation. And again, adaptation doesn't have to be a bad thing as long as it seems smaller amounts and not the majority of our time. So if only one of my dimensions is adapting OK, I'm not terribly inauthentic and if I'm only doing that a couple of times in a week or a day that's OK. It's when I'm adapting a whole bunch of these four dimensions 2, 3, all 4 of them and I'm doing it all the time every day I get out of bed, the moment I walk in to work, I'm adapting my D up because they don't think I'm dominate or decisive or competetive enough. I'm adapting my I up because I'm too quiet, they don't think talk up enough or speak up. I'm adapting my S down because they think I'm too slow paced, and averse to change and they tell me I need to get with the program and go with the flow. I'm adapting my C up because they say I miss too many details and I'm not accurate enough. If I'm adapting all four of these if there's a 30 to 40 point difference between Natural and Adaptive in all of these that's a massive level of inauthenticity. I basically walk out the door and re-invent myself every day. That is a problem. So remember, adaptation is fine in certain cirumstances and in small amounts. But more than 30 or 40 points means you're actually trying to be inauthentic. Think about it. You're saying: "I would naturally just tend to make a decision this way but I'm going to change it. Something different. I'm doing that because they've told me I'm not doing it right I'm too fast paced or I'm not fast paced enough. But that's who I naturally am." Here's your first big test. Right now, if you've got (..) major adaptation in this dimension on page 5 can you stop and say "Wait a minute. What's wrong with me? Who are they to know how I should make decisions? Who are they to say that I tend to make a decision too slowly?" Or you're maybe on the high end, you're an 80 and you're adapting down to a 50 or 40. "Who are they to tell me that I'm too decisive?" Let's move on to the next page to flash this out just a little bit more. Again, you're going to see two bars - Natural and Adaptive but they're yellow because they're talking about the I Interactiveness. Again, a Natural with a score above it and Adaptive bar with a score above it. The bullets to the side those are specific to you, based on your natural level of I. Look at the report, get to know the bullets, become comfortable with them in the very first question you need to ask yourself is "Am I adapting?" And if I'm adapting 30 to 40 points or more then I need to pay attention to that. And I need to ask myself "Why?" "Why am I intentionally trying to fix myself? Why am I trying to change my natural approach to something?" And I didn't say that the answer to that has always to be "It's wrong". Sometimes adaptations are OK. What you need to assess, and you're the only one that can do this, is "Am I adapting too much? Is it constant, everyday in all these different dimensions? Too many." And really you're the only one that can decide that. The next page is gonna do the exact same thing for the S dimension. So now you're looking at two green bars. Again, Natural and Adaptive. The bullets talk about your natural level so become comfortable with your natural tendencies as a high or a moderate or a low S. 0 to 100 so whatever the score is you don't have to worry about interpreting that because the bullets to the right do that for you. Then look at the Adaptive. We're gonna talk about all four of these here in just two more pages. Because the next page does the same exact thing with the C. Cautiousness, with regards to detail, rules, standars, how Conscientous are you of policies and the perfect way, the right way that it has to be done. Now let's go to the next most important page we're gonna look at. And it's either going to be page 2 or page 9, depending on your version. You'll know you're there because it's called The Executive Summary Page and it shows two sets of four in graphs, shows in the upper left-hand corner the Natural graphs for all four D.I.S. and C. and in the lower right-hand corner all four Adaptive D.I.S. and C. This is by far the best page of the report because it shows me all four of them so I can appreciate where I am naturally in all of these different levels and you on this one page both your Natural and Adaptive so I can address at the same time my second big question. First question: "What are they? Naturally what's my level when it comes to making decisions?" Interacting with others, prefered Pace and Detail Accuracy. Those kind of things. But then I can look at the second question in real time and say "How much adaptation am I doing?" This report could be seen as saying an Authenticity check if you will. You could look at these two graphs and the closer they are to each other the more Authentic when it comes to behaviour that you think you can be. The further apart these two graphs are the less Authentic you feel, you can be more inauthentic. And don't forget, just to say it one more time to drive it home it's that Natural graph that you really want to become friends with. Those are your natural talents for behaviour for acting in the world, that you really need to understand so when it comes time to try and do something when the duties are assigned when you create the duties when you go to modify the way you achieve your objectives you can stop and say "Wait a minute! But I'm a very high D. So I'm gonna want to be in charge. I'm gonna want to make those decisions fast, hit the ground running then go and I don't want to sit around and think about it too much. Or I realize that I'm a lower D. I'm below that midline, that 50 score. I'm in the 40 range or the 30 range and I know that in order for me to be most successful I need to allow myself the time that I'm gonna want to take to deliberate and think about those decisions. When it comes to I if I'm a high I. when I make my objectives when I go to do the things that I'm trying to do If I want to be Authentic I need to know that I'm gonna want to interact with a lot of people. It would be best for me if the way I achieve my work is to do it as a team. To work with others. I need the freedom to express my thoughts and opinions if I'm a high I. I'm an outgoing, extravertive, gregarious persuador. Make that part of my job. But, likewise, if I'm a low I then I need to make that part of my job. I need to say "You know what? I don't want my success depended on me, presenting all of these things if front of a crowd. I'm not an outgoing extrovert. I tend to be more quiet and reserved." So that's OK. And I'm gonna allow my success to happen without me having to be the frontman who is in front of the entire crowd talking and telling everybody what's going on. If I'm a high S my success needs to depend on my ability to provide stability and certanity. If I set goals that are too fast and say "I'm gonna accomplish all of this tomorrow" Then I'm making my own worst enemy because the high S wants to take their time, they want to slowly think about things, they're the stabilizers and there're wonderful benefits to this. They're gonna think things through let's say if you're the lower D and high S you're gonna want to take your time and be certain that everything is the way it needs to be and move along accordingly. But the low S setting those same goals you need to set goals that are fast-paced very dynamic, constantly changing, where the high S says "My objective is to get to this point and I'm gonna spend the next 10 years in this organization building my way there the very low S isn't gonna survive 3 years. They can't stand to think they're gonna be doing the same thing day and day out. They better make their success dependent on them thriving in a chaotic environment with no certanity and no stability. Throw themselves out the window into the fray and just hit the ground running. And lastly the high C. Authenticity wise if I'm setting goals as a very high C I'd better realize that they have to give me plenty of latitude to check, double check and triple check accuracy. I'm going to be the perfectionist. I'm going to methodically aprroach everything and make sure that the I's are dotted and the T's are crossed. That's what I love to do naturally, that's what I want to do. And if you allow yourself to take a role where it's going to say "We don't have time for that, we're strictly big-pictured, let's just go bunch of typos in hand, who cares?" Forget about it. Let somebody else deal with it. That's gonna drive you crazy. You're not gonna perform as well. But if you're the very low C and you set objectives that require you to dot those I's and cross those T's if your objective requires you to fill out 29 pages of report without a single missing error or typo or digit off then you're creating an inauthentic situation because naturally as a 10 or a 20 or a 30 C you don't think that way you don't like that kind of stuff and it (...) to have to do it and you're not gonna do it well. So there's my (...) See how that works? See how knowing D.I.S. and C. can be incorporated into how Authentic you can be? This report will do that for you. You're gonna have to take the time to read the report. You're gonna have to invest the effort to read through every page and you may have already done that, probably have but you didn't have the context. You didn't realize that you were gaining Self Awareness that you'd then leverage to become more Authentic. You need to really understand all of these bullets that are in there becauase they're about you and as you go through I want you to ask yourself a couple of questions The first question again: What are the strenghts that I should be manufacturing by leaning on these natural tendencies? And what are the weakenesses that I should not be manufacturing based on the same tendencies. The second question you need to ask is if there's a big difference between your Natural and Adaptive styles I want you to ask yourself Who is the other person I'm trying to become? Why am I trying to become it? Am I trying to alter my natural self for someone else? And if so... Who? Who told me I'm too quiet and I need to speak up more adapting my low I to a high I? Or I talk too much and I should sit down and shut up if I'm adapting my high I down. Who was it who convinced me to fix myself like this and why did I give them so much power? And how do they know who I should best be? Or who told me I'm too aggressive, dominant or decisive? And I'm taking my high D down. Or who told me I think thigs over too much and I'm not assertive enough and that I should take more charge by pushing my lower D up if there's a lower D with a higher Adaptation D. Who is it that knows so much more than I do about my best way to be? Who told me I need to be more change oriented because I'm pushing my S down, or I need to slow down and settle in take my time because I'm pushing my low S to a high S. Or more attentive to details because I'm pushing my low C high or loosen up, don't be so rigid, don't be so perfectionistic because I'm pushing my high C down. So look at the Natural, look at the Adaptive and ask yourself What am I supposed to be, naturally, at natural style. And what it is seem I'm trying to become. Therein lies the level of Authenticity that you're manufacturing right now. Look through the rest of the report it gives you some specific context around this report. Is trying to help you understand it even more. Same rule applies. Read through them with that content for context of I'm developing Self Awareness in the vein of becoming Authentic. OK? But regardless of the version of the report you have page 16 is another favourite of mine and it deals with potential weaknesses. These are the things that you want to make irrelevant you can't allow your success to depend on the bullets listed on this page. And finally my 3rd favourite page in this report is page 18. And it deals with your communication preferences. And I like this page so much because instead of talking to you it talks about you, it helps others understand how to interact with you better it helps others understand how to communicate more effectively with you. So that's it for the HOW portion of Self Awareness. Let's talk about WHY next. So I want you to grab your Values Index Profile and let's go through that. In the WHAT, WHY, HOW picture we've been talking about the Values Index that you now hopefully are holding in your hand or looking at on your screen deals with the WHY. The Values Index is a very powerful profile but it's amazingly simple. Based on seventy some ideas of research from multiple researchers everything that could drive a person all the passions that might exist, all the motivations that are out there could be divided up into one of 7 broad categories they can be dumpted into one of 7 buckets. Let's go to page 5 and you see 7 coloured bars and you see 7 titles underneath them. And let's just explain what each of these 7 mean, again it's the highest that is the most important in our exercise here for Authenticity and Self Awareness. Starting on the left you've got a 0 to 100 score on the Asthetic. The Asthetic dimension is the drive to achieve Balance, Harmony, Form, you get out of bed saying "How can I create sth that's more beautiful than it was yesterday?" How can I create more Beauty, more Harmony, more Synergy? That's something that's very inspirational to the individual. And as we walk through the 7 you're going to be the most interested in the top 2. And that's just simply numerically. Whatever the highest 2 scores are those are your greatest passions, those are your greatest drivers. We'll explain what you do with that to be Authentic in a moment but stick with Self Awareness for now. Next to the Asthetic is the Economic. The Economic dimension is the drive for a practical return, now, more often than not that comes in a monetary form so Economic is the title but it's not just about money for money sake as much as is always focusing on a practical return. It's an (..) dimension so this person if this is the highest dimension for you you get out of bed in the morning wondering "How am I going to take 5 of this and turn them into 10? How do I to put in something today that's going to return more than I had yesterday?" That's the entire drive. Next to that comes the Induvidualistic. This is the dimension of Autonomy, Freedom, Independence, if this is your highest dimension then what's most passionate for you where you get more excited is figuring out how can you do your own thing. You may have to follow this guideline that someone handed you at work but you're gonna tweak it, you're gonna change it, you're gonna make it your own, you wanna wake up and figure out "How do I go out and reinforce my ability to stand alone and apart?" It's not only really about being a (...) or a star as much as it is being free to do my own thing, to staying apart. Again, Autonomy and Independence. The next dimension is the Political dimension. It's not about being voted in as a governor. If the Polical is the highest dimension for you then your major drive is Leadership Authority, Power, Control, Influence. You want to lead basically. Next dimension is the Alturistic. This is the dimension of helping others. What's inspiring to me where my motivations come from what drives me is the desire to help others, to give and benefit other humans. That's what the Alturistic dimension is about. Next to that is the Regulatory. And this is the dimension of Stability, Certanity, Control, it's quite alike like the S in D.I.S.C. theory. What inspires me, what gets me excited, what motivates me is to maintain the status quo today, I'm going to get out of bed and go protect the status quo I'm going to go reinforce the rules, I'm going to enforce the rules. And lastly, the Theoretical dimension. And if this is the highest dimension for you then your primary motivations come from gaining knowledge. learning new things, just for knowledge sake, doesn't have to have any practical application to the high Theoretical. So these are the 7 dimensions. These are broad categories or buckets that all of the drivers that you might be able to name would fall into one of these 7. We have a score again in all 7 of them but we're really most interested in the top 2. Now let's talk about Self Awareness for a second. Let's keep going with this. There's two pages for each one of these 7 in the rest of this report I only reccomend finding the top 2 on page 5 numerically, what are the highest 2 and if there's a 3rd you want to throw in because it's a close tie, great. But don't worry about all 7 of them only find the top, the most passionate, those that exceed the top of the gray box in each one of the 7 dimensions that gets where the passions are. And so what are the top, highest passions and go find the 2 pages that correspond to that in the rest of the report and you'll see there's 5 categories always the same. General traits - the bullets underneath are specific to you Key Strenghts Motivational Insights how do I stay motivated? Make sure that my environment taps into X or Y returns lots of money if I'm a high Economic gives my authority and control if I'm a high Political allows me to be free and do my own thing if I'm a high Individualistic gives me a plenty of balance between work and life if I'm a high Aesthetic allows me the security and certanity of regulation and control puts me in a quality assurance role or a police officer role or a judge or law if I'm a high Regulatory Allows me to benefit and help lots of people if I'm a high Altruistic and allows me the opportunity to gain new knowledge, to constantly learn new things if I'm a high Theoretical. So this is where this gets connected with Authenticity. I need to make sure that my role, my environment allows me to connect with my greatest passions. The last two are Training and Learning Insights, something that we tend to use in some other training it's not necessirely as applicable here and then the 5th category that's covered underneath of the 7 is the Continual Improvement Insights. And these are some potential weaknesses that you could manufacture if you had a high score let's say that wasn't taken care of with your job; you're a high Economic and you're in a low-paying job that expects you to (...) your time. Or you're a high Altruistic and you're in a high-paying sales job but you're selling something that doesn't help people that actually hurts them. And so you don't feel like you're benefiting people. There's the disconnect and that's really this report page 5 is one page you that could use almost by itself. The previous pages would educate you to what these mean, but your job as a Self Awareness master is to first find these top 2 and think about what do they mean. Read the 2 pages associated with each of those 2 become familiar in the report all the education is right here in the report become familiar with what it means to be a high Economic, Individualistic or high Individualistic, Political or whatever the top 2 are for you. Become Aware of them that's Self Awareness and here's the Authenticity part. connect your job, your role, your objectives, your goals, whatever you're doing connect it to what is important to you. That's where the passion comes from. See people chase passion all the time but they need to realize that passion comes from being engaged. And engagement comes from being aligned. And alignment simply means that what I'm trying to do is Authentic to the way I like to do it. or in this case, why I'm trying to do sth is connected to what's important to me. I'm trying to sell these things so I can make lots of money because to me money is important. I'm trying to get people to sign up for the service so I can help them because helping people is very important to me. I'm Altruistic. So connect the 7 to be Authentic you've got to figure out how do the things I'm trying to do reinforce what's important to me. And if there's any conflict. I can't tell you how many times we see clients who have a high Altruistic, low Economic in the sales role believe it or not. And the companies try to motivate them simply by money and... they're not getting excited, they don't want to get out of bed. These are the people that say I've got Monday Morning Blues these are the people that say it's hump day and I need a mental health day. They're impassionate, they don't feel fulfilled. See Authenticity deals with the HOW part that's how you actually go about doing it but WHY gets a little deeper and it's even more important in some regards in many regards I think. The fulfillment, the passion that you get from the work that you do that's what connects here. Do you like doing the actual tasks sure, behaviour and HOW may contribute to the Authenticity there but are you excited, do you love it? Do you have passion? Do you feel fulfilled by what you do? This report helps you connect that. So sit down, closing thoughts ask yourself: What is my greatest motivation? Number 1 and number 2. What are my greatest drivers and then have I managed to connect what's important to me with what I'm trying to do. Name your job, name your position, name your duties, name your overall ethos or mission in that role and have you connected it to exactly what's important to you. Did you know that these were your highest two? That's Self Awareness and Authenticity. all in one nice little package. So this's been video #3. Self Awareness - dealing with the WHY and the HOW and little bit Authenticity thrown in there on the side. And in video #4 coming up next, the last video I'll give you some ideas on how you can achieve understanding of Self Awareness on the WHAT. And some even more specific steps on how to achieve Authenticity in all three. So look forward to seeing you there.

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