Updated: Apr 24, 2020
IN THE MATRIX WITH JOLENE WATSON
Maybe you’ve already picked up on this... but did you know we actually flip our “personality type” under acute stress? Crazy, right?
Extroverts, normally energized by being around others, may become quiet and avoid connecting. Whereas Introverts, those who prefer reflection and time to process (yours truly), may start to speak out loudly and perhaps inappropriately.
Viewing obstacles as opportunities, and knowing we’re capable of adapting our behaviour in times of “crisis”, can be a great source of calmness and courage amidst the "chaos".
Listen in as extrovert extraordinaire, Jolene Watson, Myers-Briggs® Practitioner, Executive Business Coach & Professional Speaker, walks us through the difference between introversion & extroversion, how to recognize stress triggers, and how to navigate and leverage the strengths of both personality types during times of “crisis”.
‘You can’t change your personality type but you can always change your behaviors’ Jolene Watson
JOLENE CAN BE REACHED AT:
Love Languages / Appreciation Styles (Free): https://www.5lovelanguages.com/quizzes/ MBA Workplace Appreciation Styles: https://mbainventory.com/ HeartMath Well Being Quiz (Free): https://www.heartmath.org/resources/personal-well-being-survey/ Bridges Health: www.bridgeshealth.com
Please, if you know of other business owners who would benefit from feeling connected and gaining a different perspective on their situation, I encourage you to forward this information on. What they choose to do with it, is up to them. But knowing you care enough to send it, could make the difference to their day.
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