What I like about being a Motivator
- I am outgoing, optimistic, friendly and lively.
- I am able to pick myself up quickly from setbacks and take on a new challenge.
- I am a competent and efficient worker and provider.
- I am good at getting people going.
What I don’t like about being a Motivator
- I find it hard to tolerate inefficiency and incompetence.
- I fear not being recognised by others as successful.
- I can put on a ‘mask’ in order to impress.
- I take on too many projects at once.
Things I would never do
- Fail to set big goals for myself.
- Stop “seducing” or “manipulating” people.
- Fail to take over a meeting when it is being run inefficiently.
- Spend a week in silent meditation.
How to relate with me
- Leave me alone to work.
- Give me honest, but fair, feedback.
- Be positive.
- Tell me you like being with me.
- Congratulate me on my accomplishments.
- Don’t criticise my ideas too strongly.
Things people say about me
- “He has a talent for creativity and is always enthusiastic and cheerful.”
- “He is charming and makes everyone feel special and important.”
- “He is focused and purposeful – a natural leader.”
Things I should affirm to myself
- My feelings are as important as my accomplishments.
- I will take more time to relax.
- I will stop comparing myself to others.