In this interview ’12 Rules for Life’ author and Clinical Psychologist Jordan Peterson talks with Rob Moore about predictors for entrepreneurial success, the importance of dynamic opposition in a business partnership, and just how crucial marketing and sales skills really are, even for creative artists.
http://ProfilerTraining.com | Shot live on the main stage of the Profiler Training Class in Washington DC – Former UCLA professor and author, Dario Nardi, has discovered that people of different personality types don’t merely rely on different brain regions — they use their brains in fundamentally different ways. In this talk Dr. Nardi demonstrates how the ENFP brain shows up on EEG machines and scanning devices. Using colorful anecdotes and brain imagery, Dr. Nardi shares key insights from his lab. Among these insights: how people of different personalities can find and sustain a state of creative flow. This talk references the Myers-Briggs personality type system.did you get a report afterwards no Ithink the only complaint I’ve evergotten is like could it you haverecorded and on video or like did youhave even more I give them a 23 pagereport but for some of them want more Ithink I give them an audio tour of thereport too so that they hear my voiceexplain each pageI don’t record for every single person Ijust record a generic thing and thentell them what to look for on their pagebut no I don’t think so yeah but I thinkthat they know what they’re getting whenthey come in so it’s not like someterrible surprise or something andeverybody is different I would say theone quote disappointment that peoplehave is there is invariably that personwho comes in like we heard someonetoday’s like well I thought I was anintp but now I’m thinking INTJ what typeam I will this brain scan is probablygoing to show which type I am right andlike ya know what is going to show isexactly why you can’t figure out betweenthose twothat’s what it’s going to show becauseyou’re going to show elements of bothbecause every person remember you haveevery ENFP is like no other ENFP and thesame for int P and int J and so on sonow we’re gonna go in and we’re gonnalook at brain wiring and I’m gonna jumpoff from this point of male and femalebrains and then we’re gonna leave thatbehind and go to some other stuff butI’m gonna take a look at this idea ofbrain wiring which you’re like what saylook carefully there’s a test on itlaterthe the male enfpson aggregate are on the left and the thefemale are on the right they actually dolook different so this is a differenttechnique this is when the computer goesin I can’t see this visually watchingthe screen you know as they’re doing thesession the computer does this analysisand it spits out these results and thenI get to draw the the map from theresults and it is sort of neat to seethat male and female enfps lookdifferent but like I said wait and watchbecause by the time people are 55 andabove these disappear so it’s reallythis is only like an influenceit’s an influence but and there’s thisidea that we have these circuit diagramsthis one like social network different
More often than not, a fight is just a fight… Someone wins, someone loses. But this hour, we have a series of face-offs that shine a light on the human condition, the benefit of coming at something from a different side, and the price of being right.
3 Part Series:
- British Gameshow features prisoner’s dilemma, which one contestant solves by promising to always defect.
- Enneagram 1 confronts uncooperative bike mechanic and potentially schizophrenic man, to the growing appreciation of possible Enneagram 9, who typically tries to go-along-to-get-along.
- Why is left-handedness a 90-10 trait?