More than likely, you’ve taken a personality test or two, read a book on the subject, or even heard us talk about the topic on our Focus on the Family Broadcast. In 42 years, our ministry has featured numerous guests who have helped listeners discover whether they’re a lion or a golden retriever. A pleaser or an avoider. A sanguine or a choleric.
If none of those terms sound familiar, listen through some of our past broadcasts that cover personality and love styles. They’re really helpful.
So is our latest program called “Getting Along with Others at Home and Work.” It features a recording of our good friend and learning styles expert Cynthia Tobas, who spoke at a recent chapel here at our campus.
As you’ll hear, Cynthia teaches how to better understand the way you and other people see the world. Are you visual? Auditory? Kinesthetic? Are you a “big picture” kind of person, or do you love all the little details of life? The more you understand how a co-worker, a friend, or a family member processes information, the better you’ll communicate and get along.
You might also be interested in Cynthia Tobias’ book The Way We Work: Taking Charge of Your Own Success. When you make a monthly pledge of any amount, we’ll send you a copy as our way of saying thank you. If you can’t make a monthly commitment, please get in touch anyway. We’ll still offer you the book for a one-time gift of any amount. For more information, visit our website or call 1-800-A-FAMILY (232-6459).
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