Susan Dellinger's Psycogeometrics Summary

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There are so many different personalities of people. Sometimes we are wondering why people are so different, and we can be on the same page with some and argue with others. To understand that, we need to learn how to communicate with people and understand their personalities. Different personalities means different communication styles. I personally very interested in the subject, which helping to understand people's personalities and behaviors. Therefore, I enjoyed when I watched "Psycogeometrics" by Susan Dellinger. Based on her idea that "people come in all sizes, but only five personality shapes" such as square, triangle, rectangle, circle, or squiggle, audience discovered new things about themselves, their attitudes, and about people they contact with. Susan's saying that every person…show more content…
With interesting speech style, Susan Dellinger's presentation was entertaining, filled with a good sense of humor, including anecdotes and cartoons. She even had a necklace with these geometric shapes she talked about :) With very interactive approach, she offered the audience to examine human behavior from a new perspective. She was very descriptive about each of the specific shape and gave a lot of funny examples on each of them. When I watched Susan Dellinger's presentation, I wasn't bored at all, because she knows how to interest the listeners and to draw their attention to her subject. It was seen from the audience, which were listening, laughing periodically; it was obvious they were enjoying her presentation. While watching and listening Susan's presentation, as she talked about each "shape" individually, my confusion grew up because I tried to recognize my "shape" unsuccessfully. It was something in each "shape" I could relate to my personality, but when she approached to the last one, the squiggle, I understood that's the one; I'm a squiggle - and that explained a lot! But, also, I agree with Susan that every "shape" can change with the certain life

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