The 67 Steps: Why You Can Change Yourself
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Change is difficult.
In our businesses, in our relationships, whatever the area of our life is that we’re seeking change in, it is a challenge. To initiate the shift, we have to of course look outward and examine the externalities of our lives. But the real momentum change comes when we look inward and assess ourselves.
On today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are discussing The 67 Steps. When we take personality tests, we can pinpoint what areas of ourselves need to be addressed. This helps us determine a course of action when trying to create the optimal health, wealth, love, and happiness.
Listen to this episode to learn about key personality traits, so you can better understand the people around you!
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Points to Keep In Mind
- The 6 attributes of narcissism: authority, self-sufficiency, superiority, exhibitionism, exploitativeness, vanity, entitlement
- Read The H Factor of Personality to learn how to categorize people
- Most narcissists don’t see themselves as narcissists
- Extroverts like new things; introverts like routines
- Machiavellianism is sneaky, two-faced, manipulative; linked to being bullied as a child
- Characterized as people who pursue in an interpersonally exploitative strategy
- Higher narcissism means higher extroversion and creativity
- Childhood bullying is tied to higher levels of machiavellianism
- Narcissism leads to higher levels of stress
- Scientists say it takes the average person 67 days to break a habit
- Conscientiousness is diligence, prudence, organization, and perfection
- Scientists laugh at the Myers-Briggs test
- We celebrate people with mental problems in the modern world
- Men are more psychopathic than women