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Frequently Asked Questions About This Offer

1. What is my Personal Style anyway?

Have you ever felt frustrated when a co-worker (or boss, parent, client) just didn’t get it? Or why some tasks are easy for you but hair-pulling difficult for others?

Your personality has many different aspects to it. Where you grew up, what you think of yourself, social teachers, even what you eat-all affect your personality in different ways.

But science has proven that part of your personality doesn’t change for your whole life.

We call this your Personal Style.

You’re not a slave to it, but understanding it does teach you how yourself and others naturally respond to people, places, and tasks.

2. How does knowing my Personal Style help me?

Knowing yourself helps you grow, and helps others grow.

Once you're aware of your preferences, you can consciously make choices to bring your life in line with your strengths, not to mention understand and adjust to others’ behaviour as well.

The implications of this are huge.

Build on your strengths, not to mention reduce your stress levels, increase your productivity, and seed harmony where it matters!

When applied to your company, the benefits increase exponentially. Suddenly you’re not just empowering yourself. You’re empowering your team, your clients, and your family.

And then you really start to be the change you want to see in the world.

3. How does Personal Style Indicator (PSI) relate to other tools like MBTI and DiSC?

Unlike other personality assessments like MBTI and DiSC, which are each based on only one theory, CRG has studied many theories and woven them together. And we have a secret:

The Personal Style Indicator is descriptive.

That is, instead of telling you how you should be, we help you identify patterns in behaviour through a simple 10-minute assessment, and you can assess for yourself how accurate it is. You might be surprised at the accuracy of the results.

Knowledge is power.

We’ll help you gain clarity, inspiration, and direction on how to improve lives both for you and the people around you. And it all starts with the PSI.

4. What Are the four Incentives Again?

If you purchase the online Personal Style Indicator (PSI) , you’ll receive…

Incentive 1. 20% of your purchase with no strings attached. We just want you to enjoy the PSI and hope it serves you well.

Incentive 2. A 30-Minute Consultation with Eleanor, our Product Manager who can take you through all the steps of what our assessments can do for you, others around you and your business.  

Incentive 3. Have you ever given someone a Myers-Briggs or DiSC assessment, only to have them disagree with the results? Or thought that you were treating a client with respect, only to have them get upset? Now, you have the option to try a tool that can better serve you and your team.

Incentive 4. When you work with people, understanding what makes them tick is like having a superpower. That’s why we developed the Personal Style Indicator: a holistic tool to help you live, learn, and work with deeper clarity. The PSI helps you understand people’s natural approach towards people, tasks, and situations--so you can not only bring your life in line with your joys, but guide others to success too!

Get started right now by purchasing a Personal Style Indicator below.

5. How exactly does the Personal Style Indicator work?

First, understand that there are no wrong answers!

We believe that you understand your own personal style best.

You have to rank words because it helps us understand how you weigh the concepts against each other-even if none of them really apply to you.

We are all a balance of all four dimensions.

The Personal Style model is based on three continuums:

  • Initiating vs Reacting

  • Talking vs Doing

  • People-oriented vs Task-oriented

Each person sits somewhere on each scale: this helps triangulate which dimensions are dominant in your life.

To help you understand, we’ll run briefly through each continuum.

Initiating vs Reacting

If I were to ask for the typical definition of an extrovert or introvert, what would you say?

Perhaps you’d define extroverts as “people-oriented”, “loud”, or “like to be the center of attention.” Or you may say introverts are “shy”, “inward-looking”, or “unassertive.”

One speaker defined introverts as simply “socially inept individuals.”

Isn’t that a heck of a box to be shoved into forever?

We at CRG have a more flexible view of extroversion vs introversion:  

Extroversion

The tendency to influence or dominate the surrounding environment

Introversion

The tendency to react or act according to the surrounding environment.

So you see, you can be people-oriented and still sensitive to your environment. In fact, it’s a continuum… so you can have times where you react, and other times where you influence!

Many people tend towards one or the other though. Here’s a simple check:

Imagine you’re standing at a crosswalk. The light is red but there are no cars in sight. Do you wait for it to change? Maybe press the crosswalk button a few more times? Or do you choose to cross?

There is no right or wrong answer. But if you felt hesitant to cross until the light changed, you are perhaps more oriented towards introversion--and therefore, the I and C dimensions.

Talking vs Doing

When faced with a project, do you tend to talk it out extensively before starting? Or do you just throw yourself in and trust you’ll figure it out as you go?

Those who prefer the former likely have strong A and/or C in your personality. Others may feel impatient with long discussions and just like to just get going--indications of a strong B and/or I influence.

And lastly…

People-oriented vs Task-oriented

Does interacting with people annoy you or empower you? Do you prefer to get lost in a conversation or lost in a project?

Those who thrive on interacting with other people will probably resonate most strongly with the A or I dimensions.

Where do you fit?

6. What do I do with my results?

Understanding the relationships between these dimensions may take a few tries, but once you get it, it’s like gaining a superpower to understand people.

One of the best ways to get results right away is to spend a bit of time reading over the four dimensions and three continuums and then try pinpointing where the people in your life are on the spectrums.

Then you can use the style shifting guide at the end of your PDF to understand what kinds of behaviour build credibility with that person. Awareness is the first step to application!

Of course, if you’re interested in becoming a master, the best place to learn is via our Certification Workshops.

The only way to know for sure is to take the PSI. Then you can take the guesswork out of it and multiply the benefits exponentially!

The PSI only takes 10-15 minutes to complete, and can be given to any group  at any time. Can you imagine having that kind of deep insight on your whole team--or all your clients?!

But don’t take our word for it. That’s why we’re giving you 20% off your online order with CRG.

This code applies to bulk orders as well as single orders. So go ahead, use it in your business and watch the benefits roll in!

Finally, an assessment that teaches you without putting you in a box.