1 - Who Am I? | The Inner Hero (core workshop)

What is my inner hero?

What is personality? How and why are people different?

This workshop is the core element of the Who Am I Really course.

In advance of the workshop you will answer an online questionnaire. During the workshop Richard guides you through the concepts of personality type, exploring your personality preferences.

The aim is to find which of the personality types is your best fit, then begin to understand what this means about how your mind works.

You will discover the nature of your inner hero / heroine: the archetypal character that drives your unique gifts and strengths as a person.


Workshop capacity: 6 persons. Ensures individual attention and personal feedback.

Workshop length: 4 hours inc. breaks.

Booking deadline: 3 days before. This allows time for the online questionnaire.

Places fill up fast so book today to avoid disappointment!

Important: This core workshop is a prerequisite for booking other worshops in the course, so it needs to be done first.

Why people love this workshop:

"Know yourself, and you won't be fighting yourself. It's productive advice that's geared to you. This is like a 'manual' for humans!"

Becky, 35

"Fascinating and enlightening, yet down to earth and practical... I particularly liked how non judgemental and even celebratory of differences your approach was. It has definitely helped me understand others better, communicate more effectively and be much more tolerant."

Tara, 39

"Astonishingly revealing, a fabulous insight into yourself and how you approach life! Enjoyable, laugh out loud fun workshop, very worthwhile."

Lynda, 40s
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Who Am I Really? | The Inner Hero

How could this workshop help me?

  • More self acceptance - from greater self knowledge and awareness
  • Increased confidence - by knowing your true natural strengths

What will I learn?

  • Learn the basic key concepts of personality type
  • Discover and verify your own Jungian / Myers-Briggs personality type
  • Delve deeper, beyond basic Myers-Briggs theory, into the 8 Jungian functions