(Video) - Interview with Nancy Yearout (Hostess of the High Road to Humanity Podcast)


Picture of Lynda-Ross Vega Co-author of Unlock the Power of Your Perception and Your Talent AdvantageGary and I recently participated in an interview with Nancy Yearout (Hostess of the High Road to Humanity Podcast) and would like to share a video of the conversation with you for our blog this week!

Here are a few examples of the topics that were covered:

  • Origins of the Perceptual Style Theory™

  • Why people often don’t give themselves credit for what they do best.

  • Perceptual Style Theory™ and kids.

  • A little bit about our book Unlock the Power of Your Perception.

  • How to apply Perceptual Style in your daily life.

  • Definition of each Perceptual Style.

  • Perceptual Style in corporate America.

  • Perceptual Style in personal relationships.

We hope you enjoy the conversation!

Until next time – celebrate who you are and laugh a little each day!

Please share your thoughts on this topic in the comment section below.

To find out more about the services we have available to help you find the success you want and deserve go to https://thepowerofyourperception.com.

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About Lynda-Ross Vega

Lynda-Ross Vega is a partner at Vega Behavioral Consulting, Ltd. She specializes in helping corporate leaders, entrepreneurs, and individuals with interpersonal communications, team dynamics, personal development, and navigating change. Lynda-Ross is co-creator of Perceptual Style Theory, a revolutionary behavioral psychology theory and assessment system that teaches people how to unleash their natural strengths and build the life and career they dream of. For free information on how to succeed in business and in life doing more of what you do best, visit https://thepowerofyourperception.com.

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