To be charismatic: dogs practice position and credibility; cats practice humility and vulnerability letting their person out.     From Michael Grinder's book: Charisma  In what areas are you already charismatic? In what areas do you want to increase your charismatic influence?

To be charismatic: dogs practice position and credibility; cats practice humility and vulnerability letting their person out. From Michael Grinder's book: Charisma In what areas are you already charismatic? In what areas do you want to increase your charismatic influence?

A cat can strut around with an air of complete and utter confidence. A dog acting like that violates its unwritten pledge to humility.   From Michael Grinder's book: Charisma  This axiom certainly provides evidence of cat-ness and dog-ness. Which do you value more: confidence or humility?

A cat can strut around with an air of complete and utter confidence. A dog acting like that violates its unwritten pledge to humility. From Michael Grinder's book: Charisma This axiom certainly provides evidence of cat-ness and dog-ness. Which do you value more: confidence or humility?

Charisma is when we have love from our dogs and admiration from our cats. And both are open to our leadership. From Michael Grinder's book: Charisma p35  Three ingredients are mentioned? Who do you know that has one ingredient? Who do you know that has two of the ingredients? Who has all three?

Charisma is when we have love from our dogs and admiration from our cats. And both are open to our leadership. From Michael Grinder's book: Charisma p35 Three ingredients are mentioned? Who do you know that has one ingredient? Who do you know that has two of the ingredients? Who has all three?

From Michael Grinder's Book: Charisma -- We all know couples. Some of them are “dog with dog,” or “cat with cat,” or “dog with cat.” Which couple would this axiom apply to?

From Michael Grinder's Book: Charisma -- We all know couples. Some of them are “dog with dog,” or “cat with cat,” or “dog with cat.” Which couple would this axiom apply to?

We form working relationships with dogs by satisfying them and with cats by teasing them.   From Michael Grinder's book: Charisma  Do you have an easier time satisfying or teasing?

We form working relationships with dogs by satisfying them and with cats by teasing them. From Michael Grinder's book: Charisma Do you have an easier time satisfying or teasing?

From Michael Grinder's Book: Charisma -- In what area of your world do you shy from pointing out a slight? And what are the areas of your world where you don’t shy from correcting people? Does it make sense to use the terms dog and cat to describe yourself?

From Michael Grinder's Book: Charisma -- In what area of your world do you shy from pointing out a slight? And what are the areas of your world where you don’t shy from correcting people? Does it make sense to use the terms dog and cat to describe yourself?

Dogs want rapport and trust – such traits are often byproducts of the dogs feeling known and appreciated. From Michael Grinder's book: Charisma p28  A poet said, “A dog wants to be accepted before they reveal themselves (are known); a cat wants to be known before they allow others to accept them.” Do these axioms fit you or someone you know?

Dogs want rapport and trust – such traits are often byproducts of the dogs feeling known and appreciated. From Michael Grinder's book: Charisma p28 A poet said, “A dog wants to be accepted before they reveal themselves (are known); a cat wants to be known before they allow others to accept them.” Do these axioms fit you or someone you know?

Cats are seen as more stressed than dogs. Dogs are viewed as less intelligent than cats.    From Michael Grinder's book: Charisma  Avoid the trap of either being stressed but intelligent or relaxed but less intelligent. Pause more. What are three appropriate times to practice pausing in the next two days?

Cats are seen as more stressed than dogs. Dogs are viewed as less intelligent than cats. From Michael Grinder's book: Charisma Avoid the trap of either being stressed but intelligent or relaxed but less intelligent. Pause more. What are three appropriate times to practice pausing in the next two days?

“The difference between cats and dogs is their degree of accommodation.”   From Michael Grinder’s book:  Charisma

“The difference between cats and dogs is their degree of accommodation.” From Michael Grinder’s book: Charisma

Cats presume that others are honored to serve them. Dogs never assume; they seek to please others.   From Michael Grinder's book: Charisma  Who would you like to share this quote with? Send it to that person.

Cats presume that others are honored to serve them. Dogs never assume; they seek to please others. From Michael Grinder's book: Charisma Who would you like to share this quote with? Send it to that person.

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