The Eight Personality
We continue our monthly story on the various personality types and describe the attributes of that personality.
Those strong in the Eight vibration are born executives or leaders. These people love a career that is geared towards where they can see the fruits of their labor.
Eights are well balanced and clever minded individuals who are very generous and charitable. Eight's wouldn't hesitate to donate thousands to charity and yet, if you owe them 123.50, be sure to repay them to the penny. It is not that they are stingy, it is about the principal.
A few of the best careers for Eights are banking, brokerage, insurance, and lawyer. Pretty much, anywhere they feel more in control of their own destiny. Financial stability and independence is very high on their priority list.
The health weaknesses of Eights affect the generative organs. They are susceptable to emotional excesses and inflammation distress. It is good for them to control their emotions and develope their intellect. It is helpful for Eights to seek outlets for their creative side.
I enjoyed sitting down and reading
Pendulum: How Past Generations Shape Our Present and Predict Our Future
by Roy Williams and Michael Drew.
The book talks about Politics, manners, humor, sexuality, wealth, even our definitions of success. These ideas are periodically renegotiated based on the new values society chooses
to use as a lens to judge what is acceptable.
One may wonder -
Are these new values randomly chosen or is there a pattern?
Pendulum chronicles the stuttering history of western society; that endless back-and-forth swing between one excess and another, always reminded of what we left behind.
I was left with great insight into how the whole society thing works. Apparently every forty (40) years or so there is a cycle of change. By understanding this, I feel we can improve our communication with different generations. The book attempts to answer basic questions such as: "What are the forces that drives decision making?" and "What makes people do what they do?" (Ok, who can really explain all that!) Overall I found the book a very interesting read. (click here or the book to see a YouTube video about the book.)
Webinar with David Dubeau
Some of you may remember last month I mentioned Al was finishing a webinar with David Dubeau of Canadian Profits Webinar. Al had a great time, and was happy to do it. It sure helped being very well versed on the subject too! Al was a bit stressed about the new presentation and his philosophy is
Feel the fear and do it anyway! So, he carried on.
Al and I both love to share what we've learned in our travels. So this situation was no different. He loves teaching others about different strategies on how to create residual income and thereby changing people's lives for the better!
With our interest in Private Lending this past year, we have gained a lot of experience by not just dipping our toes in the water, but we seemed to have leapt right into the pond!
Al shared what is Private Lending, and what it is not! In addition, he also presented the benefits we have seen, how the system works, how to protect yourself from the inherent risks, how to track and monitor the status of the loans as well. As a side benefit for everyone, Al shared what is happening with our U.S. Venture. (Which some of you may know has not been 100% perfect, but it has been a perfect learning experience!).
We are looking forward to our next newsletter.. Smiles and Hearts to all!
Al & Brooklin