Being the star of any show clearly defines the Performer. They are creative, ambitious, highly-driven and success- and image-oriented people. A perfectionist by nature, they are very competent and adaptable, always ready to take on a challenge.
As they love success and being in the limelight, they are terribly afraid of failure and being insignificant, which also means they can be shallow, vain and unpredictable as well. They may sometimes spread themselves too thin, no thanks to their many interests.
Discover in this concise and easy-to-understand book your unique abilities and skills as it helps you understand what you do in the world and how your actions are manifested. This book outlines your plus points and your negative points, and insights on the work, intimate and social masks that you wear to function as an unique individual.
It provides ideas on your work style, suitable careers, job roles and leadership style. There is even a special section to show others how to deal with someone like you!
Knowing What to Do... and Doing It
Everything you've ever experienced, good or bad is attributed to who you are. Your Profile is your lens to the outside world.
The printout of your Profile chart from my website, as mentioned earlier, will indicate clearly your Main Profile as well as its complementary side - that is, your Sub Profile (or Secondary Profile).
The Main Profile shows your primary role in life while your Sub Profile tells you your secondary role. Both profiles are equally important as human beings are complex creatures. We play different roles in different circumstances and environments in life. Who we are at work can be totally different from who we are at home.
In this book, you will also see sections describing your Intimate Subtype and Social Subtype.
Intimate Subtype describes your relationship mask - how you respond, react and behave in a relationship. Your Social Subtype describes your social mask - how you behave with close friends and in the world at large.
There is also a section describing your Hidden Nature. A person's hidden nature relates to what is on the inside. What subtly drives and motivates you to do the things you do and behave the way you do? Some of these hidden attributes may be aspects or traits that you aren't even consciously aware of.
You will also discover how your Profile operates in your career, and while under pressure. Learn the types of jobs that are easiest for your Profile to pursue. Discover what kinds of industries or disciplines towards which you're naturally inclined. And more importantly, learn how to become more effective in your work. To do this we will also discuss your profile's leadership style and what kind of skills will need to acquire to enable you to become more influential as a leader.
About the Author
Joey Yap first began learning about Chinese Metaphysics from masters in the field when he was fifteen. Despite having graduated with a Commerce degree in Accounting, Joey never became an accountant. Instead, he began to give seminars, talks and professional Chinese Metaphysic consultations around the world, and has become an avid property investor who also holds an interest in diverse businesses. By the age of twenty-six, he became a self-made millionaire. In 2008, he was listed in The Malaysian Tatler as the Top 300 Most Influential People in Malaysia and Prestige s Top 40 Under 40.
He is also the bestselling author of over 75 books on Feng Shui, Chinese Astrology (BaZi), Face Reading and Yi Jing, which has sold more than 3 million copies to-date. Many of his titles have also topped the Malaysian and Singaporean MPH Bookstores bestseller lists.
Thousands of students from all around the world have learnt and mastered BaZi, Classical Feng Shui, and other Chinese Metaphysics subjects through Joey Yap s structured learning programs, books and online training. Joey Yap s courses are currently taught by instructors in over thirty countries worldwide.
Every year, Joey Yap conducts his Feng Shui and Astrology seminar to a crowd of more than 3500 people at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. He also takes his annual seminar on a world tour to Frankfurt, San Francisco, New York, Toronto, London, Sydney, Singapore and beyond.
In addition to being a regular guest on various radio and TV shows, Joey Yap has also written columns for The New Straits Times, The Star and The Edge Malaysia s leading newspapers. He has also been featured in many popular global publications and networks like Time International, Forbes International, the International Herald Tribune and Bloomberg.
He has hosted his own TV series, Discover Feng Shui with Joey Yap on 8TV, a local Malaysian network in 2005; and Walking The Dragons with Joey Yap on Astro Wah Lai Toi, Malaysia s cable network in 2008; and his annual Chinese New Year astrology programs aired for both TV and radio.
Joey Yap has done work for HSBC, Bloomberg, Microsoft, Samsung, IBM, HP, Alliance, Great Eastern, Citibank, Standard Chartered, OCBC, SIME UEP, Mah Sing, Sunrise, Auto Bavaria, Volvo, AXA, Singtel, ABN Amro, CIMB, Hong-Leong, Manulife and many more.