Life's Fingerprint

How Birth Order Affects Your Path Throughout Life
Narrated by: Robert V.V. Hurst
Length: 6 hrs and 43 mins
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In Life's Fingerprint, Dr. Robert V. V. Hurst offers an illustrative and funny look at how birth order is directly related to behavior - how people work, how people live, and how people love. A revealing questionnaire helps you navigate the variety of information Dr. Hurst offers to help you pinpoint your real birth order. Unique to this book is the discussion of double birth order and families within families. This concept is the Rosetta stone of understanding birth order theory, and it is why just your ordinal birth order, or number order of birth, is sometimes not your real birth order. Life's Fingerprint: How Birth Order Affects Your Path Throughout Life will help you understand yourself and show you how to better interact with your family, friends, and coworkers.

©2009 Robert V.V. Hurst (P)2014 PBO Publishing

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  • Helen Finbow
  • 06-27-19

Interesting view from a man seeing generations

A very interesting view from an orthodontist who was seeing generations of children and their siblings and patterns of personality. I personally found it hard to concentrate and take in all the information listed when you had to follow certain descriptive parts. Also the reference was to American people of whom many I didn’t know.