Initiating

“It’s all to do with the training; you can do a lot if you’re properly trained.”

– Queen Elizabeth II

Initiating is the ability to take action on a self-problem without being forced or threatened into it by others or circumstances. Many people need external reinforcement to be motivated to change. They cannot self-motivate.

Initiating is the most critical aspect of personability because it involves action. Just because someone is open to new experiences, has self-insight, and has the ability to take ownership does not guarantee that he or she can act on these first three personability dimensions.

A person may be open to the possibility that he or she needs to lose weight. The person gets constant insight because he or she gets on ...

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