014 Are Your Personality Types Internally or Externally Driven to Plan?

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Half Day Planning Intensive

Show Notes:

Today we are talking about DRIVE, one of the four pillars of planning that I talked about in last week’s episode. The four pillars of planning are something I’ve been putting together behind the scenes for a while, through conversations with my customers and clients, reading books and blogs, listening to a million podcasts, and really just getting a deeper knowledge of the psychology behind planning in general.

I am going to be completely transparent here a minute - I had a REALLY hard time getting this podcast episode out, because I haven’t fully flushed out the details of these planning pillars yet. I don’t have things as tidy and wrapped up in a bow as I would like. And it’s a little scary to share something that’s so raw and unfinished with you all.

BUT growth comes from stepping outside of your comfort zone, and I am going to share everything I have so far - just know this has a long way to go, but I am excited to be co-creating this planning personality framework along side you.


- What the Drive pillar means

- The difference between Internal and External drive

- Which personality types naturally have higher drives

- The top 5 traits that someone with a high drive has


I’ll be back digging into the CONSISTENCY pillar, which is the planning pillar that causes you to continue taking action once you’ve started. Tune in next week to hear which of the Four Tendencies, Enneagram, and Myers-Briggs types rank highly in the Consistency pillar, and what the top 5 traits are that make up a consistent planner.