Discover Your Brain Strengths to Navigate Life
Have you ever wondered why you are in rapport and see eye-to-eye with some people, but with others, you seem to be on an entirely different wavelength, no matter what the topic is? Who are the people with whom you have the most difficulty communicating? Do you have any ideas or insights why you experience communication problems with these people and not others?
A key reason why you may be experiencing difficulty communicating with specific people is the big gap in the ways you both prefer to take in information, express, and think about things. What works for you may or may not work for someone else. There are 48 different combinations of how people prefer to receive information through their Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic pathways and process it using their “left brain” (Sequential) and their “right brain” (Global). This creates nearly limitless potential for misalignment leading to misunderstanding and broken relationships.
Do you feel you have any control over these two questions?
You may be surprised to learn that you have lots of control of both situations. Here is a simple way to get started with the first question:
The second question is very easy to implement with anyone at any time, provided you know your strongest sensory and cognitive thinking pathways. Ask people you live and work with to communicate on your wavelengths. Give some examples like “I need to see the big picture and possibilities. This means I appreciate visual material with summary points and would prefer a minimum of discussion with lots of detail.”
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Are you experiencing strained and difficult communications with a family member, co-worker or friend? Feeling misunderstood and unappreciated are tell-tale signs of a deteriorating relationship. Your difficulties may be due to big gaps in the ways you both communicate. Your Brain PathWays report gives you what you need to know and do to get on other peoples “wavelength.” You can repair, rebuild and improve important relationships now with powerful practical neuroscience communication tools for exceptional rapport. Click to purchase your Brain PathWays online self-assessment and download your report today.