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What kind of person am I?


We've been talking a lot about patterns, ways of doing things and how we're all different.  And yet if you mention to a friend that you're thinking of giving up smoking, or doing more exercise, so often they'll reply back with loads of tips about how it worked for them!  And then when you don't manage to stick to your resolutions or goals, you end up feeling like a failure... So before making any changes in your life, you might like to think about the kind of person you are and what you need to do in order to make these changes work for you.  Are you the kind of person who likes to get up and go or are you more of a night owl?  Do you like a plan and a schedule, or are you drawn more to spontaneity?  Is your house neat and tidy with clean surfaces and straight lines or more cluttered and lived-in with frills and flowers?  Do you get a kick out of finished the last little bit of jam in a jar or would you rather dive into a new pot?  Do you like routines and familiarity or do you thrive on change and novelty?  Do you follow the rules, do things because you should or do you like to ask loads of questions?  Are you a bit of a rebel?  Do you get caught up in all the little details of a project or plan or are you more of a 'big-picture' thinker?  Would you rather run a marathon or a 100m sprint? Or would you come up with a whole range of excuses to put things off rather than get down to it?  Whatever your answers, making sure any proposed changes are coherent with your life-style and your personality will go a long way towards succeeding!  We've been talking a lot about patterns, ways of doing things and how we're all different.  And yet if you mention to a friend that you're thinking of giving up smoking, or doing more exercise, so often they'll reply back with loads of tips about how it worked for them!  And then when you don't manage to stick to your resolutions or goals, you end up feeling like a failure... So before making any changes in your life, you might like to think about the kind of person you are and what you need to do in order to make these changes work for you.  Are you the kind of person who likes to get up and go or are you more of a night owl?  Do you like a plan and a schedule, or are you drawn more to spontaneity? Is your house neat and tidy with clean surfaces and straight lines or more cluttered and lived-in with frills and flowers?  Do you get a kick out of finished the last little bit of jam in a jar or would you rather dive into a new pot?  Do you like routines and familiarity or do you thrive on change and novelty?  Do you follow the rules, do things because you should or do you like to ask loads of questions?  Are you a bit of a rebel?  Do you get caught up in all the little details of a project or plan or are you more of a 'big-picture' thinker?  Would you rather run a marathon or a 100m sprint? Or would you come up with a whole range of excuses to put things off rather than get down to it?  Whatever your answers, making sure any proposed changes are coherent with your life-style and your personality will go a long way towards succeeding! 

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