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SOCIAL STYLE Tip of the Day:
SOCIAL STYLE Tip of the Day:Weaknesses of the Analytical Style Person
Each Style of person has specific weaknesses. Analytical Style people are hesitant to declare a point of view or share opinions, and are slow to initiate contact with others. They can be unwilling to take risks, and can be too reserved in their interactions, not generating enthusiasm among co-workers and others. They tend to focus on facts and information to the exclusion of emotions or people, and may avoid making decisions. These individuals can be uncommunicative or not follow up with co-workers quickly enough, and they can be inflexible in their approach. They can be seen as lacking creativity, and can be too focused on details for some people.
Behavioral EQ Tip of the Week:
Behavioral EQ Tip of the Week: Invest Energy in Your Most Important Relationships
List your most important relationships, along with actions you have taken lately that either build or weaken each relationship. Actions that weaken relationships take on more weight than actions that strengthen them (humans have a negativity bias that causes us to focus more intently on negative events than on positive events). Because of this, it takes at least three positive actions to counteract the effects of a negative action. Try to always outweigh the bad with many more good things.