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Through the Lens of clarks, scotts and rogers

As you may have noticed, my posts are not written on a regular basis. I attribute this to being a scott. You know, the one chasing shiny things. Easily distracted. Funny as hell. The “life of the party.”* That being … Continue reading

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Understanding the Perceptions of Others

Have you ever caught yourself trying to change someone else’s opinion? Tell them they’d be “…better off if only…”? How many times have you disagreed with someone’s outlook or situation to the point of not even “hearing” them anymore? Every … Continue reading

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What does “a dead balloon is a dead balloon” have to do with Personality Types? Nothing.

Where to start? How would a scott answer that question without hesitation or reservation? OK then. No need to elaborate… Alright then, moving right along. Bright squeaky balloons that are alive are a source of fun for a scott. But … Continue reading

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So, What’s the Deal with Personality Types and the MBTI?

In a previous post (Still believe in the MBTI personality type theory? Think again…) I referred to the MBTI theory of personality types. And I still can’t wrap my head around why so many people decidedly commit to this theory. … Continue reading

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Understanding the 3 Personality Types – An Introduction to the clarks, scotts and rogers

OK! You have made it this far! The material below is a quick and direct overview of the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers) aka The Theory of 3 Personality Types. The Wakefield Doctrine is predicated upon … Continue reading

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You’ve always been the same personality type. Now you know who and why.

Once you realize which of the three personality types of the Wakefield Doctrine you are (clark, scott or roger) there’s no going back. Not only will your entire perspective of the people you know and the world you live in … Continue reading

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Which Personality Type is in Your Dreams?

Special post today for our readers about the efficacy of the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers). If you have been following the Doctrine and are familiar with the premise and 3 personality types this is gonna … Continue reading

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The scottian female and the scottian male. Ooh La La

Alright. Listen up people. Time for a scottian post. After all I am a scott. As you may or may not have heard, we at the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers) have been “experimenting” with bringing out … Continue reading

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Recruiting New Employees and Personality Types

Need help recruiting new employees? Well, it would help if you knew their personality types right off the bat. No need for second interviews or second guessing. Why you ask? Because you have the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, … Continue reading

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Chatting on Facebook? With the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers) you can determine which of the three personality types you are “talking” with

With the advent of so many social media sites available on the internet perhaps you may not have noticed that most of us live in a “virtual reality.” Facebook is probably the most heavily used social media. We get in … Continue reading

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