Paul Tieger is the Founder and CEO of Speed Reading People, LLC. He is also a principal of IConnect Health, an international expert on personality psychology, and the author of five bestselling books. Paul currently is the lead researcher for the SMART De-Stress RX Study, which seeks to determine the connection between personality type and addiction issues.
In this podcast, Paul talks about:
- His extensive background in personality psychology and trying to understand who people are
- His most famous case from when he was a jury consultant
- The new SMART study’s purpose is to determine genetic predisposition to addiction issues based on personality type and how SMART can tailor its approach to different people
- Why personality type trumps all other factors like age and gender
- How to prevent confirmation bias
- Dr. Tom Horvath’s enthusiasm for this groundbreaking study
- The three parts of the study the participants will take
- Developing the De-Stress RX personality test as an individualized approach to reducing stress based on the 16 personality types
- The value in receiving personal RX results
- How the COVID era stress has influenced personality types
- How SMART will be communicating how people can participate in the study in the coming weeks
- How to register for the webinar on Wednesday, March 2nd
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