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#119: BRANDON SYNAN – MOTIVATION FOR TYPE B’S

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MOTIVATION FOR TYPE B'S
EPISODE #119
 

In this episode we’ll be chatting about:

 

The difference between type-As and type-Bs
How to create consistent motivation and follow-through for type-Bs
3 Ways we can all elevate the consistency of our motivation

 

 

 

 

THANK YOU TO:  

 

 

 

REASON WE ARE TALKING ABOUT PERSONALITY TYPES TODAY...A LETTER FROM A FAN, FROM "A DISHEARTENED TYPE B SEEKING MOTIVATION":

 

Dear Trish,

I have been listening to you for years and have always appreciated the inspiration and encouragement. While I have gained invaluable lessons from your wisdom, I still feel an overwhelming burden or disappointment in myself when it comes to truly making lasting change. For months now, I have been asking myself why it is so hard when I have been given all the great mental tools by teachers like yourself and I am wondering if I am on to something...

You have mentioned, and it is clear that you are a Type A personality. Your bio and the experiences you have shared over the years in books and podcasts reveal your propensity for self-discipline and high standards. For you, this turned into compulsion, which you battled and won, and your success story "emerged." You were a personal trainer, which means you were able to hold others accountable as well as yourself, and additionally, were capable of managing others in your previous employment. 

I admire all that you are able to accomplish as a result of your determination, but I have honestly been thinking lately, that we are just an entirely different species.

As a Type B, there are very few things I do habitually. Even things I (claim to) love immensely. I can't think of many beyond eating, and brushing my teeth.  I battle in my mind about getting started and dance around productivity by allowing my brain to run wild in multiple directions.

In college, I cost

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