Express Yourself Effectively: The Harmonizer in You

SpeakStrong Communication Quiz Results

Your Leading Communication Style Is…

Take heart! Enjoy! Your SpeakStrong Communication Style Quiz indicates that your leading style is…drum roll please…


Harmonizer: People-Oriented with a Relaxed Pace

Part 1 of The SpeakStrong Method helps you express your true self effectively by deepening your experience of your natures. According to this quiz, your leading nature is Harmonizer.
That doesn’t mean you always embody the traits listed below. It does mean these qualities influence you strongly.

Later in the training we look at other styles and how their qualities influence who you are and how you communicate. But now it’s time to…

Meet Your Harmonizer Self

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The Harmonizer in You is social, friendly and all about relationships.
Everything is personal, not just family and friends: even things like shopping, services and work. The Harmonizer will even relate personally and sentimentally to things such as cars and homes. Do you name yours?

The Harmonizer takes time to experience life. Details matter: at least personal details, like the dog’s name and the kids’ games. The thoughts and feelings of just about everyone, but especially those close to you, matter to The Harmonizer in You as well. The Harmonizer in You loves and appreciates the beauty of life. Success is defined by the quality of relationships and by how much richness there is in each moment. The Harmonizer in You has the ability to savor every moment. So savor this report!




The Language of The Harmonizer in You

The Harmonizer in You speaks words that nurture, connect, and appeal to listeners’ hearts and emotions.
The Harmonizer shares stories and personal examples that move people emotionally.
Favored phrases are: “How does that feel?” And: “Don’t you just love it when…?”
Unless listeners completely lack heart, they are moved by your harmonizing words.
The Harmonizer doesn’t analyze people; he/she embraces them with graceful,
personal, and aligned expressions.
The Harmonizer likes to say Yes! to others..

Strengths and Balances for The Harmonizer in You 

There’s a lot to love about The Harmonizer in You. You couldn’t ask for a better or more supportive friend and team member. Review the strengths on the left.

Of course there is such a thing as too much of a good thing. The center column has possible pitfalls of the style. But take heart – the right has mottos and reminders to inspire balance.


Potential Foible

 Balance Mottos


Can give to the point of depletion

 Share the fruit, keep the seed


Will smother and/or enable

 Empower, not enable


Often avoids decisive stands

 Own your expertise


Tends to neglect own aspirations

 Be your own advocate


Will avoid conflict

 Care enough to share honestly


Can be intrusive

 Respect autonomy


Will overcommit

 Under-promise to over-deliver


Can reinforce denial

 Useful feedback is a gift


Tends to overlook warning signs

 Trust and verify


Can personalize

 It’s not all about you


Sometimes hints instead of asks

 Say what you mean


Can lose focus on outcome

 Converse in context


Sometimes overshares

  Court first, then engage


Can be “too touchy-feely”

  Imposed intimacy is abuse


Prone to play victim

  Don’t water your weeds.

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  • In creating this landing page, The Harmonizer in Me initially moved me to write too personally. I remembered to “court first” and revised it to be somewhat less personal.
  • I wrote a heart-felt tribute (well, they were love-letters) to the styles and realized on reflection that they were too touchy-feely for an initial report. I remembered to “converse in context.” I can demonstrate how I relate to and appreciate the different styles without gushing about them for five pages!
  • I kept my focus too positive to the exclusion of listing foibles and offering remedies. I remembered “useful feedback is a great gift.”

I balanced The Harmonizer in Me to create a more effective landing page – and saved some heart for later.


How well did you relate to all of this? If you are a high Harmonizer, you probably identified with almost everything I wrote. If your inner Harmonizer is tempered by other styles, you probably recognized yourself in some aspects, but didn’t sense I was talking totally about you.

In part 1 of The SpeakStrong Method eCourse, you can see just how high or moderate your inner Harmonizer is. You also will get a better sense of how the other styles influence you.

Next Step: The SpeakStrong Method,
Express Yourself Effectively eCourse
Part 1: Know Thyself: Self Knowledge for Effective Self Expression

The fourteen day eCourse: The SpeakStrong Method Part 1:

  • Walks you through the Know Thyself competency of The SpeakStrong Method.
  • Gives Self Knowledge for Effective Self Expression.
  • Builds a foundation for saying what you mean through style archetyping and self-knowledge.

If taking it is as transformational as preparing it has been, it will turn your world around – in a good way!

  • A SpeakStrong Method guide
  • An eCourse lesson each day for fourteen days
  • Action steps you can take as you go about your day
  • Printable SpeakStrong Style Quiz with graph and coding instructions
  • In-depth elucidation of the four main styles
  • Communication examples in the native voice of each style
  • Cartoons for each style
  • Ways to customize style-typing to your unique nature
  • Personal email support
  • Certificate of completion

eCourse Agenda

Lesson 1: Excellence Through Wholeness: The Method
Lesson 2: Youer than You: Explore Your Full Spectrum and Meet Your Inner Archetypes
Lesson 3: Soar with the Expansiveness of Spirit: The Visionary in You
Lesson 4: Relate with the Connectedness of Soul: The Harmonizer in You
Lesson 5: Perceive with the Clarity of Mind: The Analyst in You
Lesson 6: Succeed with the Power of Will: The Achiever in You
Lesson 7: Optimize the Visionary in You: Build on Strengths and Balance Weaknesses
Lesson 8: Optimize the Harmonizer in You: Build on Strengths and Balance Weaknesses
Lesson 9: Optimize the Analyzer in You: Build on Strengths and Balance Weaknesses
Lesson 10: Optimize the Achiever in You: Build on Strengths and Balance Weaknesses
Lesson 11: Uniquely You: Creative Archetyping
Lesson 12: Every Voice at the Table: A Foundation of Inner Wholeness
Lesson 13: Moving Forward: Summary, Action Steps and The SpeakStrong Book
Lesson 14: Closing Quiz: Assess and Certify

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