Finding Your FACE is a step-by-step guide to the FACE Personality Model, a Brain-Based Personality Model, designed to unlock the source of our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
In understanding the source of our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, we now have a powerful and existing set of tools for improving ourselves and our relationships.
The FACE Personality Model is about understanding, not judging or criticizing. It is about knowing yourself. It is about understanding Why we do the things we do: why we think, feel, and behave the way we do.
There are no bad personalities. There are good behaviors and there are bad behaviors, but there are no bad personalities.
Unlike previous personality models, such as the DISC or Myers-Briggs, which base their assessments on behavior, the FACE Personality Model is based on brain function and brain dominance.
This book is our commitment to make this life-changing information available to everyone. To that end, we’ve tried avoiding over-reliance in medical and psychological jargon and instead keep the language plain and simple.
The main elements of Finding Your FACE were recorded live on October 12 through the 18, 2017.
In some places, we’ve used more formal structure to present the information. In other areas, we stayed with the original dialogue to give the reader a sense of the personal nature of the information.
Please note that in our efforts to improve understanding and readability, we have, on occasion, strayed from rigorous grammatical standards.
We have also made an effort to avoid highly technical and/or medical jargon. However, in our endeavor to present this new information in a meaningful way, some specialized vocabulary was necessary.
If you’ve been wanting a better understanding of yourself and others; if you’ve wanted to improve your relationships, your job performance, or your ability to learn, or if you’d just like to feel better about yourself and your choices, the FACE Personality Model may be just what you’ve been looking for.
As you gain insight into yourself and others, try to remember:
Your past does not equal your future.
Behavior does not equal personality.
Above all, be patient with yourself and others.