[Infographic] A Parent’s Guide to Rabbit: How to Train an Extraverted Thinker

Are you training an extraverted thinker?

The extraverted thinkers (Te) of our world are a lot like Rabbit from A.A. Milne’s Winnie-the-Pooh. Rabbits, like all personality types, come with their own joys and challenges. That’s why I produced Episode 11.  And that’s why I created this infographic  for parents training an extraverted thinker.

Personality can seem an overwhelming topic if left in the abstract, theoretical realm. But when a parent understands the why behind what their child is doing or not doing, and learns to apply some basic do’s and don’ts in their day-to-day, the knowledge becomes a powerful training tool.

So, if you are the parent of a Rabbit, take a few minutes to read through the infographic and then download a printable version. Post it on your refrigerator or bulletin board for a daily reminder. Share it with a friend who is raising their own extraverted thinker!

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#11 – Rabbit, the Extraverted Thinker (Inspired by Winnie-the-Pooh)

Rabbit, Extraverted Thinker
Rabbit Has a Busy Day (excerpt 1)
A.A. Milne, The House at Pooh Corner

Raising a Rabbit successfully is all about control — they’re built for it, they push for it, and they will not have it forced upon them. With Rabbits, the apron strings must be intentionally, thoughtfully, and gradually loosened.

Narration: John Strappazon
Featuring: Lydia Wong, Jeff Moore, Ellen Anderson, Joshua Moore, and Jonathan Moore
Artwork: Raymond & Lydia Wong
Music: Jeff Moore

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