“Type A” personalities are strong-willed, fast-moving, dominant, and often workaholics. People also refer to this personality as “The Achiever” or “The Director” because they make excellent leaders, entrepreneurs, and politicians.
The most notorious Type A trait is their go-getter attitude regarding their career and business. They have ambitious goals and a passionate drive to make their dreams a reality. They’re determined to be successful, no matter what!
We’ve all heard of the dreaded “blame game.” It’s a game no one can win, yet many Type A still inadvertently plays it. One of the darker sides of this personality is their tendency toward manipulating accountability: When something goes right, they want to take all the credit. When something goes wrong, it’s everybody else’s fault.
Though you may have your sights on the following significant milestones, don’t forget to acknowledge people in your life for their achievements regularly.
Before making a big decision or reactively responding to a challenging conversation, try this Box Breathing exercise to reduce cortisol (stress hormone) levels and allow you to approach people with a calmer attitude.
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