Most people are "trained" through schooling as well as by Google, to focus on "what" to do and "how" to do it. Instead there are more important answers to give yourself for a happier, more successful and healthier life. People overlook questions that are vital for them to find flow and productivity in their personal and professional lives.
Your brain runs your show! So the best way to improve yourself, get clear on what you want and reach your results is to follow the brain's principles. Seeing is believing and achieving for all of Diana's clients as they draw how they see themselves before and after they have gone through their Personality Profile. The changes are mind blowing! Everything else you hear about "change your story" or work on your mindset are not effective or long lasting.
There are over 1 Million Google searches for "Personality Test" in USA per month. That means a lot of people want to know who they are, their set of strengths, qualities and talents. But the mainstream assessments, called Psychometric tests, are outdated, inaccurate and very "old school" originating in the Industrial Revolution. At the start they were misused for the selection of Personnel for factory jobs or military service. They continue to be misused. Let's give people more precise and profound answers, but not about their MO, rather about who they are!
Unless you "Play in the Game of Life & Business" in the right place to leverage your innate "Way to Play" then you risk both health and other consequences that increase your stress instead of increasing your happiness. The "4 Places to Play" in the Ecosystem are based on the 4 tissue layers where illnesses manifest when you are in the wrong place. You have been warned - Stay where you belong.
We so often compromise our health just to reach our goals and climb the "perceived" ladder to success. When we develop health issues, we might question if it was all worth it. In my studies, I help people get the meaning of what is going on in their body to make healthier emotional shifts too. In Coaching sessions people share even silly things that happen during the day, like bumping an elbow or breaking a glass. It is all significant and shows they are disconnected from who they are meant to be in their greater potential.