Within each person that we encounter is a story. Within each person are events that precede the introduction into their lives. Within each person is an opportunity. Within each person is an influence. Each of us contain qualities and character traits that have the potential to be a strength and a weakness. Ralph Messer explores four personality types in Volume One of People Management.
Each of these personalities—and the story and events that surround them—affect how instruction is given and received, the type of leadership that they will most likely exhibit, and the influence that they can have on and in a business, organization, or one’s personal life. How do we identify which type fits us best, and how do we influence each of these personality types? Learn the answers to these questions by seeking to understand the powerful influence of words and how certain words used in certain ways can draw people to you or repel them.
People Management: Navigating Emotions, Volume 2
Commit your works unto the Lord, and your thoughts will be established. Proverbs (Mishlei) 16:3
You don’t decide your future. The habits that you decide to make determine your future. Yet the highest form of government is self-government, and the habits we form through growth in the Torah establish mental and emotional boundaries in our lives. The effort made to create these habits reduces both the energy and effort required to exercise self-control, which makes us more effective. In Volume Two of the People Management series, Ralph Messer delves into the subject of “navigating emotions.” He explains some of the science behind why God has set forth certain instructions, and how choosing to follow those instructions impacts our lives and the lives of our families. The answers you have been searching for may just be in this message.
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