Although we may not admit it to anyone else, all of us know there are areas in our personalities that need improvement. In this new edition of the bestselling book, Littauer examines the strengths and weaknesses of the four temperaments that comprise personality and shows how our personalities are made up of God-ordained, unique blends of all four. Includes a personality profile.
This book is one of those rare finds that enables you to understand people better and how to respond to the different types of personality. This book also help you to understand yourself better and provide some insight just to deal with thins we find difficult on a day to day basis.
I have enjoyed the book and it is an easy read. I would not recommend reading it in a day. There are some deeper things in it that needs some thinking over but it is not anything that is going to break the skull.
Just a really useful book at the end of the day.
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