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The Delicate Art of Dancing With Porcupines: Learning to Appreciate the Finer Points of Others (1989)

by Bob Phillips

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Relating to prickly people is a lot like dancing with porcupines! To do so effectively requires knowledge of differing social styles and the ways those persons will react in social situations. The book helps you discover a practical program for improving personal, family, and work community relationships. Personality types include: The Analytical, The Friver, The Expressive, The Amiable.… (more)
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The Delicate Art of Dancing with Porcupines is dedicated to the staff and board of directors of Hume Lake Christian Camps. I have appreciated the richness of their varied social styles and the honor and privilege of knowing them personally.
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Relating to prickly people is a lot like dancing with porcupines! To do so effectively requires knowledge of differing social styles and the ways those persons will react in social situations. The book helps you discover a practical program for improving personal, family, and work community relationships. Personality types include: The Analytical, The Friver, The Expressive, The Amiable.

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