Tag: personal growth

Conversation Starters – Understanding “Sociable”

In the Lumina work I do with teams, leaders and individuals, we look at 24 personality qualities. These are qualities that are a part of everyone’s personality. Qualities like “logical,” “cautious,” “spontaneous,” “sociable,” and others.  We each have all of these qualities, they are all in our capacity with different preferences, which makes us the complex, unique individuals we are.…

Keeping Principles Before Personalities

At some point in our childhood, most of us were taught the “Golden Rule” – Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Or more simply put, treat others the way you want to be treated. But as we grow into adulthood and enter the dynamic and competitive world of work, how many of us leave our…

Living Through the Yellow Light: Understanding “Cautious”

In the Lumina work I do with teams, leaders and individuals, we look at 24 personality qualities. These are qualities that are a part of everyone’s personality. Qualities like “logical,” “cautious,” “spontaneous,” “sociable,” and others.  We each have all of these qualities, they are all in our capacity with different preferences, which makes us the complex, unique individuals we are.…

Measure for Measure: Think Before You Speak

In the Lumina work I do with teams, leaders and individuals, we look at 24 personality qualities. These are qualities that are a part of everyone’s personality. Qualities like “logical,” “cautious,” “spontaneous,” “sociable,” and others.  We each have all of these qualities, they are all in our capacity with different preferences, which makes us the complex, unique individuals we are.…

Competitive: “Striving with” to Achieve Your Best

In the Lumina work I do with teams, leaders and individuals, we look at 24 personality qualities. These are qualities that are a part of everyone’s personality. Qualities like “logical,” “cautious,” “spontaneous,” “sociable,” and others.  We each have all of these qualities, they are all in our capacity with different preferences, which makes us the complex, unique individuals we are.…

Understanding Logical – the Voice of Reason

In the Lumina work I do with teams, leaders and individuals, we look at 24 personality qualities. These are qualities that are a part of everyone’s personality. Qualities like “logical,” “cautious,” “spontaneous,” “sociable,” and others.  We each have all of these qualities, they are all in our capacity with different preferences, which makes us the complex, unique individuals we are.…

A Change in Language Precedes a Change in Behavior

In the work I do with sales teams and sales professionals, I’ve noticed that people often begin a description of their sales role as, “I’m accountable for…” instead of, “I’m responsible for…” I’d like to suggest that there’s a difference between “responsibility” and “accountability,” and I think understanding and internalizing that difference can contribute to improving your sales performance. Merriam-Webster…

Learning to Go with the Flow – Adaptable

In the Lumina work I do with teams, leaders and individuals, we look at 24 personality qualities. These are qualities that are a part of everyone’s personality. Qualities like “logical,” “cautious,” “spontaneous,” “sociable,” and others.  We each have all of these traits, but to different degrees, which makes us the complex, unique individuals we are. This is the seventh in…

5 Must-Knows Before Your Client Call

Champions are made in preparation. Olympic competitors train for years to prepare for their chance on the world stage. Professional athletes and competitors of all sorts train day in and day out to prepare for the next game or competition. Practice is the mother of all skill. The same goes for people who become champions in sales. They know that…

Discussion or Dialogue – Understanding the Trait “Tough”

In the Lumina work I do with teams, leaders and individuals, we look at 24 personality traits. These are traits that are a part of everyone’s personality. Traits like “logical,” “cautious,” “spontaneous,” “sociable,” and others.  We each have all of these traits, but to different degrees, which makes us the complex, unique individuals we are. This is the fifth in…