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Episode 146: Steven Sisler Psychoanalyzes Me – I Am Unorthodox, Mission Oriented, Logical, Competitive, & Complex

Episode 146: Steven Sisler Psychoanalyzes Me – I Am Unorthodox, Mission Oriented, Logical, Competitive, & Complex

Steven Sisler is a Behavioral Analyst, speaker and author. Steve’s consultation involves personality difference, leadership strategy, cultural differences, and temperament strategy. Working with clients in more than 18 countries, Steve gathers behavioral and attitudinal information on individuals within corporate settings and develops strategies for effective leadership, teamwork, and entrepreneurial success.

Steve makes normative judgments and brings thought provoking insights to the three ethical platforms within our society. These are the Community Ethic, The Autonomy Ethic, and The Divinity Ethic, and these platforms all have strong implications when challenged with ideological frameworks outside of those accepted within larger people groups. Steven was diagnosed with Hyper Kinetic Behavior in the second grade. He was beat up by girls and fought his way through nine years of intense bullying including being stripped down to his underwear and locked in a seven inch school locker in the seventh grade, kicked by a teacher in front of his class, and knocked unconscious by an eleven member gang on the school grounds.

Episode 146: Steven Sisler Psychoanalyzes Me – I Am Unorthodox, Mission Oriented, Logical, Competitive, & Complex

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The Learning Leader Show

“Character is learned and character changes.”

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • People who understand themselves and embrace their strengths and weaknesses typically sustain excellence
  • Tony Robbins and Tim Ferriss have a great understanding of themselves
  • What it means to be a “behavioral profiler”
  • The biggest misconceptions of Steve’s work
  • The Four People Types:
    • Mad
    • Glad
    • Sad
    • Scared
  • Why job interviews are not authentic
  • The power of saying “I don’t know”
  • I like to know “why” more than “how”
  • Measuring my emotional framework — How Steve describes me based on the tests I took
    • Mission and results oriented person
    • Logical and left brained
    • Have a great poker face. Not showing emotion.
    • A very task oriented person — “Give me the shovel”
    • Quick, very flexible, independent, freedom seeker, wanting to be in charge
    • Like to control the environment, suspicious — People have to qualify to get in and be trusted
    • A teacher — Would make a great college professor
    • A complex brain – Always want to know why?
    • Much more competitive with self than other people
    • High expectations of self — Never feel content with what’s been accomplished, never satisfied
    • An outside the box thinker — Has unorthodox ideas and approaches to solving problems — Answers questions in an interesting way, not a typical way
    • A creative problem solver who never gives up
    • A high empathy score — But can be emotionally distant at times
    • In the 2% of personality score (matches very few people in the world)
    • Go to FreeBRG.com to get your own personality test

“I like to know why more than to know how.”

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Episode 086: Seth Godin – How To Become Indispensable & Build Your Tribe

Episode 107: Simon Sinek – Leadership: It Starts With Why

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Episode edited by the great J Scott Donnell

Bio From Amazon.com

Steven Sisler is a Behavioral Analyst, speaker and author. Steve’s consultation involves personality difference, leadership strategy, cultural differences, and temperament strategy. Working with clients in more than 18 countries, Steve gathers behavioral and attitudinal information on individuals within corporate settings and develops strategies for effective leadership, teamwork, and entrepreneurial success.

Steve makes normative judgments and brings thought provoking insights to the three ethical platforms within our society. These are the Community Ethic, The Autonomy Ethic, and The Divinity Ethic, and these platforms all have strong implications when challenged with ideological frameworks outside of those accepted within larger people groups. Steven was diagnosed with Hyper Kinetic Behavior in the second grade. He was beat up by girls and fought his way through nine years of intense bullying including being stripped down to his underwear and locked in a seven inch school locker in the seventh grade, kicked by a teacher in front of his class, and knocked unconscious by an eleven member gang on the school grounds.

After losing his left eye in 1975, he was singled out and repeatedly punched in the eye by menacing students. At the age of 17 he became a bodybuilder and for the next 3 years worked out intensely until he was bench pressing well over 300 pounds. He later entered seminary after marrying his wife Anita and has since spoken in many forums including youth groups, retreats, churches, seminaries, business groups and currently consults and motivates leaders around the globe.

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