At work, at home, and in life, we all confront both outer and inner expectations. Understanding how you respond to expectations is the foundation of my Four Tendencies framework. (Take the quiz here to find out if you're an Upholder, Obliger, Questioner, or a Rebel.)
Questioners question all expectations. They meet only inner expectations -- and that includes outer expectations that they've turned into inner expectations.
Watch this short video to learn more about the Questioner Tendency:
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If you're a questioner, have you been called stubborn, obstructionist, or "not a team player"?
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The Four Tendencies explain why we act and why we don’t act. Our Tendency shapes every aspect of our behavior, so understanding your Tendency lets us make better decisions, meet deadlines, suffer less stress and burnout, and engage more effectively.