We start a new conversation with Naomi Gora about how your business personality type needs to be a match for the founder or founders. Everyone has a personality type, and we talk about how businesses and brands do as well. This can be challenging when your business has a personality that does not match yours. Even success can lead to discomfort and a sense of being trapped rather than joy and contentment.
Yes, There Is A Business Personality Type
When you hear an advertisement or announcement from some businesses, it feels or sounds exactly like how you expect them to communicate. That is due to the personality type of the brand or business. It is similar to detecting who wrote a note or email by tone and other contextual clues. We do not think of brands or businesses as a person, but they definitely have personalities.
Identifying as a ‘Torchbearer’ Business Personality Type, Naomi spent years trying to find her place in the world of media and advertising agencies. Often feeling like an outsider in the more extroverted world of sales and marketing, it was only when she discovered her personality type and allowed herself to run her business her own way based on her strengths and core values that her career really started to thrive.
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