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61: Steve Sisler Behavioural Profiler Pt 1

“Courage is not the absence of fear, it’s the absence of self.” -Steve Sisler

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We all want to be unique, and we all want to be special. Although that’s true, people are also very predictable. In fact, so much so that there can be a math equation created for you that will help identify you as a person, both good and bad.

This equation has been used to predict the type of car you drive, or what terrible things may have happened to you when you were ten. This equation isn’t something just anyone can master though, it’s something behavioural profilers use to determine problem areas in your life and help you get you back on track.

On this episode of Have It All we are joined by one of the top behavioural profilers, Steve Sisler. Steve came up with his own system and is incredibly accurate at telling someone’s life story based on numbers. It sounds crazy, but you have to listen to this episode to understand.

Download this episode today and learn more about yourself, as well as the people around you.

“You don’t want win because you love to win. You want to win because you hate losing.” -Steve Sisler

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The Cliff Notes:

  • There are math equations for human beings.
  • You give off a lot of telltale signs about yourself without realizing it.
  • Your environment affects your mentality and survival skills.
  • Some people need problems and chaos.
  • People behave in accordance with how we believe.
  • We don’t see people as how they are, we see them as how we are.
  • Impatience is a sign of flexibility.
  • Most entrepreneurs are impatient.
  • Some people don’t value their time, and aren’t real entrepreneurs.
  • If you get hit by a bus today and your business is gone tomorrow, you’re not an entrepreneur.
  • We try to fix the problems at hand, not the emotions that cause those problems.
  • The fear of loss creates gain.
  • Embrace your weaknesses.
  • Put all your eggs in the basket that works and you’ll be fine.

“You are like a battery. You have both a positive and negative side.” -Steve Sisler

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Links:

Steve’s Website

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