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FOR FAMILIES:

What happens when an Earth father suddenly realizes his son is a Wind, and views “life success” in very different ways?

FOR INDIVIDUALS:

What happens when a woman who has been acculturated to think she is a “Water” discovers that actually she is mostly made of Fire?

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FOR FAMILIES:

What happens when an Earth father suddenly realizes his son is a Wind, and views “life success” in very different ways?

FOR INDIVIDUALS:

What happens when a woman who has been acculturated to think she is a “Water” discovers that actually she is mostly made of Fire?

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FOR CEOS:

What happens when a Water CEO inherits a Fire/Earth organization?

FOR TEAMS:

What if a Fire leader is trying to get a Water team to act? Why are Winds on teams often not taken seriously, with sometimes fatal results for the organization?


FOR CEOS:

What happens when a Water CEO inherits a Fire/Earth organization?

FOR TEAMS:

What if a Fire leader is trying to get a Water team to act? Why are Winds on teams often not taken seriously, with sometimes fatal results for the organization?

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FOR INDUSTRIES:

What elements might Fire/Earth industries be lacking in order to achieve full and complete “success?” For example, if Education is an Earth industry, which elemental personality types are probably “dropping out?”

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FOR INDUSTRIES:

What elements might Fire/Earth industries be lacking in order to achieve full and complete “success?” For example, if Education is an Earth industry, which elemental personality types are probably “dropping out?”

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FOR SITUATIONS:

Consider a group of 17 “at risk” teens who were first offenders. Of the 17 teens, two elements were most prevalent, one element was barely present, and another element was not present at all? What would you guess would be the breakdown of Fire/Water/Wind/Earth elementally in that group?

FOR SITUATIONS:

Consider a group of 17 “at risk” teens who were first offenders. Of the 17 teens, two elements were most prevalent, one element was barely present, and another element was not present at all? What would you guess would be the breakdown of Fire/Water/Wind/Earth elementally in that group?

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