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Recently, Camronn and I were interviewed by our bud John Lucchetti of Backstage Business. We ended up discussing a few subjects near and dear to our heart, including why it’s important for people to 1) understand themselves, 2) understand others, and 3) give each permission to be themselves. Camronn also talks about how life can “slowly coach you out of your strengths.”

Enjoy the interview here.

 

And, as always, feel free to leave a comment below. We love feedback. 🙂

Antonia Dodge
Seeing how people tick is at the heart of Antonia’s natural ability to understand how people systems work. She is an author, thought leader, coach, trainer, systems thinker, and personality profiling expert.  At the age of 15 Antonia picked up a book on personality psychology and her world changed forever. She began to see the patterns of why people do what they do – not based on behavior alone – but based on how the mind works. Antonia has co-developed a 6-month profiler training course that teaches coaches and business professionals how to "speed read" people, understand how their mind works and then work with the unique personality for achievement, life purpose, or team building.
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  • Morgan
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    What you do and how you do it is simply fantastic, you are tuning the world. Lots of gratitude!

  • Olivia
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    These guys do good work. This is not phrenology or something — it is a real useful tool. At least it was for me. 🙂

    • Antonia Dodge
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      Thanks, Olivia. I miss the Intuitive Awakening group. I can’t believe it’s been a year. O_O

  • dan
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    If I had to identify the single biggest bang-for-the-buck result of understanding these concepts I would have to go with the whole “everybody’s ok” revelation you get with it. It’s incredibly liberating to see everyone’s differences in thinking (including your own) as entirely valid without assigning a qualitative value to them.

    • Antonia Dodge
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      Thanks for this comment, Dan. I’ve mentioned it before, but it’s amazing how permission to be yourself almost invariably extends to giving others permission to be themselves. And it’s one of those things people don’t realize they need until they get it.

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