Knowing Me, Knowing You

The PEP Personality Process

by Nadine Hanchar

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/26/2018

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 214
ISBN : 9781982213046
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 214
ISBN : 9781982213060
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 214
ISBN : 9781982213053

About the Book

Knowing Me, Knowing You - The PEP Personality Process

This book is a guide that delivers an in-depth look at your PEP Personality Process and its benefits for those seeking self-development and improvement in their relationships at home and in the workplace. It is an excellent tool for gaining insight into the processing styles of all the key people in our lives. Knowing our own style gives us insights concerning our tendencies and those of others. It teaches us, how we filter information, how we communicate with others, how we handle stress, how to feel more secure, how we best understand and learn. All of us have a need to be seen and accepted for who we are, to be heard and understood, to feel connected, and to make sense of the world around us. Whether we know it or not, everyone has a processing style, and it influences how our environment affects us, how we make decisions, how we interpret things, and how we react to situations. Throughout the book, readers learn about the various personality processing styles and their communication skills, behavior patterns, challenges and talents. Gaining these insights will give readers the tools to build successful relationships with others. Anyone who is looking for assistance with gaining a greater sense of self-awareness and feelings of empowerment will find that the answers can be found by developing a deeper understanding of who you truly are. Our differences give a richness, a creativity, that can broaden our horizons. Our diversity illuminates different ways of doing things, allowing for innovations, new insights, and helps us grow and enrich our lives. Accepting ourselves, creates empowerment, freedom is gained when we accept others for who they are, and happiness is a result of acknowledging that we are all worthy of respect.

About the Author

Nadine Hanchar has been a counselor, consultant, and facilitator for more than thirty years. She is the developer of a personality profiling system based on how a person processes information. The system offers incredible insights into ourselves and others and how the way we process information affects our personalities, relationships, and life. She’s also trained in physical disciplines such as iridology and nutrition, energy healing therapies like Huna and Reiki, and a wide range of spiritual philosophies and meditations.