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In their new book Who Are You Meant to Be? authors Anne Dranitsaris Ph.D and Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard blend new brain science with a century old personality system to show you why most people live in survival using behaviors, thinking patterns and beliefs that keep them there. It introduces the Striving Styles Personality System and shows people how to become who they are meant to be.
Who Are You Meant to Be?
A Groundbreaking Step-by-Step Process for Discovering and Fulfilling Your True Potential
Anne Dranitsaris, Ph.D and Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard, creators of the Striving Styles™ Personality System
“We became aware of a gaping hole in modern approaches to development of the personality…[the need] to bring emotions, brain physiology, development and brain specialization into the equation."
Dranitsaris and Dranitsaris-Hilliard
Title: Who Are You Meant to Be?
Format: 384-page soft cover book
Authors: Anne Dranitsaris, Ph.D and Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard
Publication Date: January 8, 2013
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- Who Are You Meant to Be? reveals an entirely new way of understanding human behavior and, most significantly, will help people realize their own potential to live happy and fulfilled lives by breaking free of self-protective behaviors that limited their growth. It provides insight into how they can use the abilities and inclinations they are born with to achieve what they are born for. It allows readers to identify which of the eight Striving Styles is truest to their natural make-up. Once we are aware of our predominant need, we can begin to structure our lives in ways that will ensure this need is met.
- Who Are You Meant to Be? is the first book that combines revolutionary new findings about brain science with a fresh take on how personality affects behavior. It presents an entirely new and comprehensive approach to unlocking our capabilities: The Striving Styles Personality System. This book will show readers how to deliberately redirect powerful instinctive and emotional energies into constructive actions. It will provide them with the tools they need to actively shift from survival mode into striving mode—the key to allowing them to reach their full potential.
- Who Are You Meant to Be? helps people make critical and sometimes life-altering connections more consciously so they take the right steps towards living happier, more balanced lives based on meeting their needs and fulfilling their potential. It shows us how to acknowledge our capacity to live life to the fullest and allows us to take the risks required to move out of our comfort zones and make our dreams a reality.
Each of us longs to live life as our best selves – to work in jobs that we love, and where we flourish, and to thrive in our most important relationships with family and friends. Yet too often we find ourselves on autopilot, simply going through the motions, trying to make it through the day without some catastrophe happening. We can also find ourselves getting in our own way, despite our dreams and aspirations, falling prey to self-destructive behaviors – from overeating to overspending. Why do we so often sabotage ourselves even when we know better?
Who Are You Meant to Be? introduces an entirely new approach to solving this problem and unlocking our true potential. Integrating recent breakthroughs in brain science with a fresh take on how our emotions and the innate needs of our personality affect our behaviour, this book discusses eight personality Styles through highly and transformative stories. It’s an energetic, step-by-step program that helps identify your unique Style so you can move from surviving – to thriving.
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