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Is the Urchin Annoying you?

personality types

Yes Urchin's can  be really annoying especially if you are a Dolphin!

What the hell am I talking about, must have got too much sun or something, you know what they say, only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun.

I am actually going on about personality types.​ 

Understanding your own and others personality types is important as it leads to a better understanding and improved interaction and communication when you deal with people in any setting, but especially business.

Watch the short video below as I go through the personality types.

​So what personality type are you?

You probably see yourself in more than one group. Chances are your friends, family, and business associates fill the spectrum of personalities.

Knowing the differences between each can help you appeal to all. Mix up your messages so that there is a little something for everyone, and tailor your interactions when possible.

The world is a crazy, four-ingredient stew that needs nurturing.

Now you have a little bit of an idea on how it goes together!

Over to You

How do you interact with people, do you try and work out the differences and adapt your style or do you carry on regardless?​

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14 thoughts on “Is the Urchin Annoying you?

  1. First let me say, excellent review and I agree with your point about the value of understanding personality and communication styles. But oh my you’ve brought back memories. Two of the companies I worked for were VERY into personality assessments – I’ve been through the whole Myers Briggs thing 3 times (!), and sat through endless group evaluations where managers were first treated to an up close and personal look at each others personalities and communication styles and then went through an analysis of our staff. As I said, memories …
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  2. oh my Andy. You’ve confirmed it. I have multiple personality disorder!

    But seriously, this was a fascinating article/ video and really made sense as far as adapting your approach to different personality types.

    A clever and empathetic person begins slowly when meeting someone for the first time so as to assess the personality before engaging in conversation.

    I don’t believe any person intentionally set out to offend another but due to the differences you have outlined here, clearly there will always be one in every crowd that does take offence easily to someone outside of their own quadrant.

    You have inspired me to research further and to find personality tests and self analysis tools.

    Thank you 🙂

  3. Hi Andy,

    Personality types are something we need to understand when we communicate with people. I’ve seen this before and it gives a good way of recognizing someone’s personality and thereby being able to communicate with them effectively.

    I like this one best of all because it is color coded and it is easy to remember. Although some personalities overlap, the dominant personality is what we are looking for here.

    Glad you posted this one…it is of great help!
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  4. Lol… well that is interesting in identifying a person’s personality/ behavior. I’ve never thought of it as that. I usually just talk and how the person reacts shapes our conversation.
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  5. Great insights Andy!

    And you excellent video really highlighted the fact, that let’s face it, the top sales reps and top communicators and managers or executives etc; they totally understand and effectively utilize the these subtle insider secrets that you’re sharing.

    It’s just one of the many small (but extremely critical factors) that help them get a keep a decisive edge. Really good stuff! Thanks so much for sharing it!

  6. Well done!

    Andy, that brings us to reading people. It comes naturally when you love to learn from all. You can adapt your voice pitch and body movements and such. That can be learned.

    Yet, we just should be natural when speaking with people and stay away from being the one who has to know everything! That goes along way when making your first impression stand out.

    Interaction is nothing to over-think. Just being ourselves and transparent is the key in most situations of interaction.

  7. Andy, I totally agree that understanding personality types is important. It’s important to know who we are and it’s important to understand others so we can relate better. I focus on personality (and other factors) a lot in what I do/teach and I’ve loved diving in to various assessments and theories over the years for myself as well.

  8. Hi Andy,
    Very interesting post. A great way to understand people and their ways a little more. Like Sonia, I guess I have a split personality. I fall in between yellow and blue.

    Thanks for sharing. Have a great day.
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  9. It’s interesting to consider the 4 personality types in relation to ourselves. Each has different but positive qualities for marketing and they can help determine which direction to take. Green- mentoring others; Yellow – MLM with a stronger offline focus such as holding parties; Red – recruiting for anything; Blue – creating your own products.
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  10. Andy,
    I have worked with different theories of personality types, even with the color differentiation, but they have bit slightly different from the ones you showed us. I don’t seem to fit into any of these types or rather I have a bit of each type. It is good to have a sense of what a person’s modus operandi and thinking process is like, yet we don’t quite fall so neatly into one type or another. I guess some people do but many are a combination of several traits.
    Dr. Erica
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  11. Great article! Information like this can be vital to connecting with your leads and allowing you to have some influence on them. The more that you know about you and the person you are talking to, the better off you will be. Thank you for sharing!

  12. It’s important to understand the personality types that typify our targeted prospects, so we know what their essential needs and desires are from a psychological perspective.

    I like the color schemes to categorize these different types, Andy. It makes it easier to understand the dominant traits and sub-dominant ones that our prospects are likely to have.

    This certainly helps us write offers and sales copy, knowing what things will connect with our prospects most effectively.

  13. Ahh, this topic comes up time and time again. Can be a bit cumbersome to some people because it’s tough to ADAPT like you said. I think to make it simple you simply need to identify what they are and speak that lingo as best as possible. The goal is to be in rapport with them…
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  14. Hi Andy, I have taken this test before and I should have kept it in mind, but it has slipped through… so I’m glad to see it again. A great reminder. I will try to remember it again when talking with someone. Thanks so much!
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