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INTUITIVE LIVING – Table of Contents

Part 1 — Type and You

Introduction

What Does It Mean to Live Intuitively?
What It Takes to Be Healthy … but then life happens
You Can’t Be Taught Intuition
The Z-Pattern of Decision-Making
How’s Your Decision-Making Going?
Away With Rules — Instead, Decisive Living
Staying in Charge
A Work in Progress
What to Expect

Chapter 1: About Type

It’s Yours for Keeps
The Basic Four
Personality Profile Questionnaire (PPQ)
Your Type Name
What Your Results Mean
Charting the PPQ Results
The 16 Types

Chapter 2:  Getting To Know the Preferences

Category 1 – What Stimulates You — The Extravert and the Introvert
Category 2 – What’s Important to You — The Sensor and the iNtuitive
Category 3 – How You Make Decisions — The Thinker and the Feeler
Category 4 – Way You Handle Life — The Judger and the Perceiver
Consistent Results
Helpful Hints
People Watching
Keep In Mind

Chapter 3: How We Naturally Make Decisions

Being in Control
Our Habits Come from Decisions We Make
What Makes for The “Best” Decision?
Who’s In Charge Here?
The Support Team
Don’t Forget About What Doesn’t Show Up in Your Type Name
Your Type’s Natural Decision-Making Process

Chapter 4: Your Type’s Shadow Side

Your Ego and Your Will
The Shadow Side of the Extravert
The Shadow Side of the Introvert
Experiencing Your Shadow Preference under Stressful Conditions
Your Shadow Preference in More Detail
A Couple of Every Day Examples of the Shadow Side
Breaking Free Of Your Shadow Preference
Stop It Before It Starts
Your Shadow Side is an Explanation — Not an Excuse

Chapter 5: The Optimal Z-Pattern of Decision-Making

4 Steps to a Decision
The Perceiving Functions
The Judging Functions
How to Solve a Problem
Putting the Z-Pattern to Work
Z-Pattern Template
Try These Eating Challenges for Practice
What to Do When a Decision Turns Out Wrong or Worse, You Never Even
Used the Z-Pattern
A Trick to Try
Self-Interviewing

Part 2 — The Excuses

Chapter 6: The Why-I-Gained-the-Weight  Blame Game

Food Manufacturers
Preoccupation with Celebrities’ Looks
It’s My Genes
Stress
Emotional or Psychological Stress
Sedentary Lifestyle
Pinterest
“Clean-the-Plate” Syndrome
Only Child and Birth Order
The Environment
Health Issues
Pointing Fingers
Theory Conspiracy?
Your Intuition (as in Intuitive Eating) Has Been Hijacked
Taking Control

Chapter 7: The Power of Words

When It Comes to Food
When It Comes to You

Part 3 — Lifestyle Know-How

Chapter 8: To Eat or Not To Eat?

Why Am I Eating (or Still Eating)?
Am I Hungry?
If It Isn’t Hunger, What Is It?
It’s Just a Matter of Making a Decision
Z-Pattern Eating Questions to Consider
How Much Is Enough? Am I Full?
How to Gauge Your Fullness
Determining the “Satisfied” Level
Signs of Fullness
Using the Z-Pattern

Chapter 9: Is It Worth the Calories?

The Five Tastes
What Makes Food Enjoyable?
Taste Is Not the Same as Flavor
Making Foods More Flavorful
A Chocolate Taste Experience
All You Need to Know About Food Choices

Chapter 10: To Exercise or Not to Exercise?

What Excuses am I Using for Not Exercising?
What Benefits will I Receive from Exercising?
Physical Benefits of Exercise
Mental and Emotional Benefits of Exercise
What Types of Exercise Would I Enjoy?
Z-Pattern Exercise Questions to Consider

Chapter 11: To Relax or Not to Relax?

What Are My Greatest Sources of Stress?
How Do I Normally Feel When I’m Under Stress?
How Do I Normally Deal With Stress?
How Can I Relax Before Things Get Out of Control?
Other Methods
Z-Pattern Relaxation Questions to Consider

Chapter 12: Having Grit

Why Doesn’t Everyone Push to their Limits?
But You Say You’re Ready
Grit is for the Long Haul
Continuous Improvement
This Isn’t About Wishful Thinking
Just Remember

APPENDIX

Your Type – Putting It All Together

ESTP – The Advocate (Extravert, Sensor, Thinker, Perceiver)
ESFP – The Entertainer  (Extravert, Sensor, Feeler, Perceiver)
ISTJ – The Auditor  (Introvert, Sensor, Thinker, Judger)
ISFJ – The Guardian  (Introvert, Sensor, Feeler, Judger)
ENTP – The Creator  (Extravert, iNtuitive, Thinker, Perceiver)
ENFP – The Activist  (Extravert, iNtuitive, Feeler, Perceiver)
INTJ – The Planner  (Introvert, iNtutive, Thinker, Judger)
INFJ – The Advisor  (Introvert, iNtuitive, Feeler, Judger)
ESTJ – The Manager  (Extravert, Sensor, Thinker, Judger)
ENTJ – The Commander  (Extravert, Sensor, Thinker, Judger)
ISTP – The Artisan  (Introvert, Sensor, Thinker, Perceiver)
INTP – The Designer  (Introvert, iNtuitive, Thinker, Perceiver)
ESFJ – The Contributor  (Extravert, Sensor, Feeler, Judger)
ENFJ – The Educator  (Extravert, iNtuitive, Feeler, Judger)
ISFP – The Composer  (Introvert, Sensor, Feeler, Perceiver)
INFP – The Mender  (Introvert, iNtuitive, Feeler, Perceiver)

Secrets of Healthy People

Basic Tips
Healthy Eating Tips

Recommended Websites and Resources

Government Sites
Health and Nutrition Information Sites
Health Newsletters
Tools For Food Information
Suggested Reading

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About the Author

Books
Magazine Articles
Radio, Television, Speaking Engagements

 

I hope you now see how much you’ll learn from this book, Intuitive Living.  I’ve been involved with personality typing since 1991.  I’ve seen so many people succeed at achieving their goals done in a way that is comfortable for their type.  This book shows you how to be in control of your life.  If not now, then when?

All the best,

Roberta Wennik

 

 

 

 

 

Roberta

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