EXTERNAL-SPEAKING-OPTIMIST (CHARISMATIC HIGHLIGHTS)
Life Slogan: Nothing can be too serious to laugh at.
Friendly personality Talkative, storyteller Good humor Joy Remembering colors well Ability to hold listeners Feeling and showing emotions Cheerful and enthusiastic Curious Good role play ability Greedy and innocent Living today Variable mood Child Spirit
Can communicate easily People love Motivated when praised Exciting They are coveted by others They don't hold a grudge Prevent boring moments Likes spontaneous activities
STATUS IN BUSINESS
Volunteering for jobs Ability to think and produce new things Always good looks Creativity and colorful ideas Energetic and willing Hugging what he started Ensuring the participation of others Motivate others
AS MOTHER FATHER
They create fun environments at home Loved by friends of their children They see bad things with their fun sides Entertainment leaders
Very optimistic, loving himself and his environment, enthusiastic, harmonious with the environment, extremely flexible, living in the present, sociable, energy-laden, sincere, easy to forgive, romantic, unique, humorous, seductive, charming, uncomfortable with physical intimacy.
A selfish, irresponsible, devoid of discipline, avoiding coercion, first speaking then thinking, thoughtless, loving gossip, a bad listener.
HOW TO STUDY
Courses should work out loud. Convert lessons into stories. You should use colored pencils to take notes. He has to wonder about things he doesn't know. It should awaken the enthusiasm of studying in itself. He should evaluate the present well and not delay the study. He must constantly review his motivation to work. He should start studying. Make use of group work. They should try different methods on subjects they cannot learn. It must act according to a certain program. He must follow his own development and complete his shortcomings. Instead of blaming others for course failures, he should realize his own mistakes. He must play games to improve his memory. Make note-taking behavior (course, written date, appointment date). He should not interrupt the words of his friends during the class, he should take the right to raise his finger. Write down what their responsibilities are and try to fulfill them. He should not give up on subjects he cannot learn immediately and continue to work until he learns. In class and in normal life you should think first and then talk. Develop listening skills. The course should interact with working groups of friends.
HOW TO APPROACH
The difficulties in doing business should be understood. They should know that they speak without thinking. It should not be forgotten that they love variety and comfort. They should be prevented from taking on more than they can. They should not be expected to remember appointments and be punctual. They should be praised for everything they uncover. They should be remembered that they are feisty. They like new gifts, toys. Something to be ashamed of for others can be fun for them. They should be noticed that they have good intentions. They like to be touched when they talk.