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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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NINEWhich Character Codes Get Along and Which Clash?

Choosing Your Relationships in Business and Life

NOW THAT YOU’VE read about each of the Character Codes and learned that you are a Class President, does it mean you should avoid all Activists? Or if you’ve discovered you’re a Cheerleader, does it mean you can’t work with a Scholar?

Not necessarily.

As you learned in Chapter 1, it’s important to be able to identify all the Character Codes. You’ll want to develop relationships with some, and others you’ll prefer to avoid. Personal benefits abound as well, because you’ll learn not to take certain behaviors in others personally and will be more understanding and compassionate about their differences.

Character Codes Connections

In business, these ...

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