The Four Characters

We each have four distinctive groups of cells, divided between our two brain hemispheres, that generate four consistent and predictable personalities.

Character 1: Left-Brain Thinking (Serial Processor)

  • Verbal, thinks in language, thinks linearly, past/future based, analytical, focused on details, seeks differences, judgmental, punctual, individual, concise/precise, fixed, focus on the individual(ego), busy, conscious and biased towards structure and order.
  • Competitive: compete when challenged and fight for what it believes in.
  • Respects Authority: obeys rules.

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