Are you a Warrior? Action-oriented in all aspects of life, but tend to bulldoze other people's ideas and sometimes emotions?
How about a Bard? Sincerely good at communicating and being creative, but often accused of being a "drama queen"?
Maybe you're a Wizard? Highly intelligent but often struggling to comprehend social dynamics?
Perhaps you are the Jester? ...just keeping it simple...maybe too simple?
We make this journey fun, funny, and an adventure. Through witty and insightful narratives, we address different personas:
To the Bards: We know everyone loves to make fun of you (and you secretly love it).
To the Wizards: Yes, please enlighten us with your critiques of our segmentation system.
To the Warriors: No, you are not always the best at everything.
To the Jesters: ...Are you still here?
Plus, introductory material on the Sacred and Profane, the Shine and Shadow, Kings and Queens, Vampires, Bigfoot, and other universal personality symbols that are present in your everyday life! Make sure you read the "Ask the Authors" chapter at the end too!
This book is not just a read; it's an experience that promises to change your perspective on human behavior. What wouldn't change if you understood yourself and those around you better?
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Archetypes book coming soon.