“You can’t make me, and neither can I.”Rebels resist all expectations, outer and inner alike. Telling a Rebel what to do makes them less likely to do it, even if it’s something they want to do. They value freedom and choice, and like to do things their way.
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Understand Yourself. Understand Others.
Have you ever wondered…
- Why can other people rely on me, but I can’t rely on myself?
- Why does it seem like I resist doing things I WANT to do?
- What can’t other people accept that I find comfort and freedom in my routines?
- Why doesn’t everyone do the things they say they are going to do like I do?
- Why do I struggle to make decisions, often becoming overwhelmed by analysis paralysis?
- Why can’t I make time for myself and the habits I know would make me happier and healthier?
Using the Four Tendencies
In just about any role we play—as manager, health-care professional, team member, teacher, coach, spouse, parent, or colleague, to name a few—it’s helpful to know our own and other people’s Tendencies. It’s hard to grasp just how differently we can all see the world. When we can see other people’s perspectives, we understand why, from their point of view, their actions make sense.
In a nutshell:
- Upholders want to know what should be done.
- Questioners want justifications.
- Obligers need accountability.
- Rebels want freedom to do something their own way.
Watch interviews with an Obliger, Questioner, Upholder, and Rebel to learn how they harnessed their Tendency, discover resources to apply your self-knowledge in different aspects of life, and dive deeper into the Four Tendencies framework.