About Ron Lieber
Ron Lieber is the Your Money columnist for the New York Times and author of The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money, which was an instant hit on both the New York Times and Wall Street Journal best seller lists.
In this video interview, he talks with Gretchen Rubin about her Four Tendencies personality framework and how he has harnessed his own Obliger Tendency.
Interview: A Conversation with Ron Lieber
For Obligers, outer accountability is essential to achieving their aims. For more information about the Obliger Tendency and the Four Tendencies personality framework:
- Listen: Episode 329: Explore the Five Senses of Summer, a Hack for Boosting Focus, and a Deep-Dive into Solutions for Obliger-Rebellion
- Read: Tips and tricks for getting more done (especially, if you’re an Obliger)
- Read: How Obliger-Rebellion can affect family relationships
More About the Four Tendencies
The Four Tendencies is a personality framework developed by Gretchen Rubin that reveals how we respond to inner and outer expectations. Learn more about yourself and others with our collection of resources.
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Watch interviews with every Tendency and learn more about the Four Tendencies framework.