Updated: Jul 25, 2020
How To Predict Performance Patterns And Understand What Drives Them So You Can Enhance Trust & Deepen All Your Relationships In Life & Business.
The Sixth Performance Pattern in the series of 9 is The Negotiator and how it's highest driving needs are the guiding force behind behavior.
The ability to predict behavior gives us an enormous advantage in attaining leverage when we are faced with challenges and how to gain higher levels of success in life and business.
The Negotiator is the second Personality Pattern to emerge from the category of Motivational Performance and is the more balanced side of the Motivational landscape.
Using the LifePrintOS and Technology, everybody has the ability to analyze these patterns and will instantly know how to access a person's behavior and how to best to enhance each individual pattern.
The Personality Patterns are only the tip of the iceberg and serve only as an entry point and foundational basis in understanding what drives human emotion and hence behavior. For the most part we will express these performance patterns in different arenas of Life; for instance our performance pattern at home is very different(not always) to the performance pattern being expressed at work or socially, how about the performance when doing the things we love as opposed to doing the things we don't, or, how we instinctively respond when put on the spot, under pressure where there's no time to process... what performance pattern emerges then?
The Negotiator Performance Pattern
To Find Balance And Tranquility - Highest Driving Need Is Harmony
Growth Mindset Performance Patterns: Charming, Compassionate, Romantic, Sexual, Harmonious, Sensual, Affectionate, Friendly, Good Negotiator, Tranquil
Protective Mindset Performance Patterns: Illusionary, Calculating, Sentimental, Self-Absorbed, Discordant, Demanding, Extravagant, Withdrawn, Stingy, Jealous
People experience Negotiators as a charming and charismatic. Loud and obnoxious people will have a tendency to disrupt a Negotiators harmonious and tranquil eco-system upsetting their cultural standard of politeness. Negotiators tend to shy away from conflict, however, if conflict arises they believe that common sense and a strong rational usually win against emotion. They are mostly concerned with keeping the peace and rely on their excellent negotiation tactics to skillfully appease or diffuse arguments. Compromise being one of their keywords.
Negotiators will take pride in their appearance; having a natural eye for style, fashion and interiors. They will take care in their social standings and will endeavor not to burn any bridges holding social standing and stature in the community as a priority.
They are a romantics at heart and enjoy a deep sense of compassion for their fellow human and furry friends. Negotiators make great friends and allies, often adapting to the customs of their surroundings like a chameleon - making people feel comfortable and at ease with your presence. However when in a reactive state this normally charismatic and friendly persona can turn into a demanding and discordant personality as their self-absorption takes the forefront.
Negotiators have a tendency to be overly jealous within their relationships often believing the wild fantasies that play out within their minds.
They are often either very stingy with their money or very extravagant no middle ground exists either holding onto to it like a miser, calculating all the possible outcomes for investments; even to the point of missing opportunities because you can’t decide or are still too busy calculating the dividends.
Or on the opposite scale, they can be known to be splashing it out on everybody else ensuring a good time is had by all, often putting other people’s expenses before their own. Either way they will naturally attract money and live in the most beautiful surroundings.
As a loyal friends they may find themselves overly sentimental and cling onto people and materialistic objects or sentimental pieces.
Negotiators definitely have a love of nature, enjoy being outdoors, and are often at home in gardens or escaping to the country away from the hustle and bustle of the city. They love the tranquility and harmony nature has to offer.
Advice For Negotiators
If you are someone with the NEGOTIATOR Personality Pattern it will be important for you to not compromise on your own standards, in order to remain in a pro-active, thriving state. Cultivate inner peace and harmony or find an environment you may immerse yourself in that feels harmonious and tranquil as this will bring you balance. If you lose your balance your reactive side will be triggered.
Advice For Interacting With Negotiators
To connect on a deeper level with someone who has the Negotiator personality pattern invite them to a country side restaurant with good wine and food, chat about peace making and what social or community projects they think would help to resolve current challenges. Ask what would bring them more harmony and balance in their life and remember not to speak over them or exhibit bad mannerisms or obnoxious behavior.
This is a taste of just 1 of the multiple sensory expressions held within a LifePrint map. Your LifePrint Map will take into account all the dimensions of your life including the ‘Sense of Relationship’ (your relationship patterns), the ‘Sense of Instinct’ (your impulses and instinctive reactions) and so much more!
The following knowledge is taught at a more in-depth level as educational training events to deepen your understanding within The LifePrint System helping businesses and individuals to evaluate the needs of their company, team, projects or clients, enhancing natural behavior, talents and abilities and evolving potential to accelerate achievement and success within life and business.