Oh, The Rebels! The last of our Four Tendencies, and only making up 17% of the population, Rebels like to do things their own way. In fact, if you ask them to do something or when an outer expectation is placed on a Rebel, they are less likely to follow through with that expectation. Because of this, Rebels often become amazing CEOs and entrepreneurs. They forge their own path and take on projects that genuinely light them up.
All of the tendencies are equally valid and important, but each one has its own set of strengths and weaknesses:
Knowing the strengths and weaknesses of your tendency can better help you understand how to set up structures and solutions in your life:
Knowing the tendency of others can help you better understand how they fulfill expectations and requests:
Now that we have taken a deeper look at each tendency, we will be discussing the thought patterns that often times crop up surrounding our feelings of self worth with these tendencies. Stay tuned!
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