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How to Read a Client from Across the Room: Win More Business with the Proven Character Code System to Decode Verbal and Nonverbal Communication by Brandy Mychals

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EIGHTThe Artist Character Code

Fight to Be Free

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THE NEXT CHARACTER Code is called the Artist because I wanted you to get a picture in your head of someone that is a free thinker—you can think of Artists as operating to the beat of their own drum. Artists have a driving need for significance, which they most often serve through creative self-expression.

Unlike the Actor, however, they do not enjoy the spotlight. It is an interesting mix of wanting to be seen as a unique individual but not wanting to attract too much attention. These two desires are often at odds with one another.

Artists have some similarities to the Activist and many key differences. ...

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