“Sometimes we’re befuddled by the things that people do or don’t do. The Four Tendencies often provides real
insight into why we might be seeing the world in different ways, and also suggests ways that we can work
together more harmoniously.” – Gretchen Rubin

How you respond to expectations can fit into 1 of 4 tendencies: Upholder, Questioner, Obliger, or Rebel. Knowing your tendency, and understanding how it shapes your behavior, can help you make better decisions, meet your deadlines, suffer less from burnout, and more.

Join Gretchen Rubin and learn how to identify your own tendency and that of your clients, so you can help them apply this framework in their own lives for greater results.

This was one of the most widely attended sessions throughout the 2020 WBECS Pre-Summit. This is your opportunity to experience this priceless coach education for yourself.

Watch this EXCLUSIVE bonus session to uncover:

  • Identify your own tendency: Upholder, Questioner, Obliger, or Rebel

  • Use your tendency to make your life happier, more productive, and more creative

  • Use the 4 Tendencies to work more efficiently and harmoniously with others

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About Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin is one of today’s most influential and thought-provoking observers of happiness and human nature. She’s known for her ability to distill and convey complex ideas with humor and clarity, in a way that’s accessible to a wide audience.

She’s the author of many books, including the blockbuster New York Times bestsellers Outer Order, Inner Calm, The Four Tendencies, Better Than Before, and The Happiness Project. She has an enormous readership, both in print and online. Her books have sold over 3.5 million copies worldwide, in more than 30 languages.

On her top-ranking, award-winning podcast “Happier with Gretchen Rubin,” she discusses happiness and good habits with her sister, Elizabeth Craft. She is also a CBS News Contributor.
In her work, Gretchen draws from cutting-edge science, the wisdom of the ages, lessons from popular culture, and her own experiences to explore how we can make our lives happier, healthier, more productive, and more creative.