Do you need some outside pressure to follow through with commitments? Are you only motivated by your internal drive? Or are you a mix of the two? Find out how your personality plays into whether or not you can move toward your goals!
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Welcome to the show notes for Episode #43 of the Homeschool with Moxie podcast!
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EPISODE #43: Work with Your Personality
Join the 25 Day Productivity Challenge and get actionable steps to help you move toward your goals! This podcast episode explores the way your personality will keep you stagnant or moving toward your goals – and what you can do about it!
This episode touches on the 4 Tendencies framework developed by #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Gretchen Rubin.
Don’t know which personality type describes you? Take Gretchen’s free quiz then jump back here to listen to the podcast~!
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Why Your Personality Type Matters
Her framework analyzes the way people respond to expectations – both inner and outer.
You might be an Upholder, Obliger, Rebel, or Questioner – and knowing how you fit in this framework is pretty important for setting yourself up for success in following through with working toward your goals.
If you’ve never been successful in follow-through before, maybe it’s because you don’t understand how you’re wired and the pitfalls associated with it.
You might need a bunch of outer accountability to be successful. Or, you might not have enough personal buy-in to the importance of working toward your big goals. Or, you might be a mix of these types.
Whatever your personality tendency is with regard to expectations, find out and work with your strengths, minimize the effects of your weaknesses, and see forward momentum.