In this episode, I interview, Alan Stevens.
Alan Stevens is an International Profile and Communications Specialist. He is regularly featured on National TV, Radio and in the World’s Press, profiling the likes of our leading politicians, TV, and sports stars as well as Britain’s Royalty. He is an Amazon #1 Best Selling Author, a Coach, and Trainer. He’s been referred to as the leading authority on reading people, globally by the UK Guardian and the Mentalist meets Dr. Phil by the Herald. Alan help people make sense of their lives and their relationships; helping them enhance their relationships through meaningful communications. He works with Businesses, Health Professionals, Teachers, Coaches and Parents, all with a unique form of Rapid Trait Profiling. These advanced Personality and Character Assessments utilizing Interdependent Visual Profiling to enhance communication skills in the workplace, in business and the home, as well as negotiation skills to boost sales and reduce workplace conflicts. With international clients, the likes of Disney Films and Gillette, and with the number of profiles running into the thousands, Alan's services are unique and unrivaled in the field of reading people.
What really intrigues me with Alan is that he didn’t necessarily have that pivotal moment that caused him to go on this journey, rather it was a series of small twist and turns. One of the key items that I really appreciate Alan sharing during this episode is where he discusses how much societal programming impacted him as a youth and how he managed to bust through those barriers and become a strong individual.
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