An opinion disguised as “truth”

  • Those who understand the power and appropriate use of this tool will not be challenged by this misrepresentation.
  • Those who who don’t may be misled by this dangerous misrepresentation.
  • Those who are skeptical will have their biased confirmed.

I do and will continue to use “Persona” as a great example of an opinion piece and of what can happen when we jump past facts and into conclusions because of our own biases.

Integration Mentor, personality profiler, Founder of Sumiloff Academy of Human Integration

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Integration Mentor, personality profiler, Founder of Sumiloff Academy of Human Integration

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