Making a Difference by Being Yourself

Using Your Personality Type at Work and in Relationships
 Gregory E. Huszczo
Making a Difference by Being Yourself
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There are so many ways to make a difference in the world. We all are hardwired to seek purpose and happiness, and what brings meaning to one person versus another remains a mystery.

Making a Difference by Being Yourself deconstructs the puzzle by honing in on how our unique personality types frame the actions we take to impact others. Building on the powerful fundamentals of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® assessment, a dynamic framework emerges that identifies four types of individuals (Stabilizers, Harmonizers, Catalysts, and Visionaries) and combines research and stories from over 500 people to chart a journey of self-discovery. With dozens of exercises, assessment tools, and examples, this book lays a clear path to help you live life consciously and discover your strengths and talents in ways that make a meaningful difference.


"Hits the mark with a practical way to use self-analysis to achieve a positive reaction in the work, home, or community environment. A must-read."

—John M. Fowler, Employee/ Labor Consultant; Former Vice President, Employee Relations, Lear Corporation


"Challenges readers to think about what's right with them and then use this awareness as a pathway to successfully make a difference in the world. Develop a habit for making a difference with this inspiring and engaging book!"

—Elizabeth Hirsh, Katherine W. Hirsh , and Sandra Krebs Hirsh, coauthors, Introduction to Type® and Teams, and MBTI® Teambuilding Program: Leader's Guide


"Peels back the veneer of human behavior and exposes the underlying motivation for why we act as we do in our relationships with others. through his stories, Huszczo connects with his audience, leaving us sometimes laughing but also thoughtful, and always with the challenge to be our best selves."

—James R. Spalding, Labor Mediator, State of Michigan, Bureau of Employment Relations


246 pages Paperback
2010 Distributed Product
ISBN 13 978-1-85788-547-7

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