Type distinctions | part 2
In this second blog of four, learn type distinctions between types One-Eight and One-Nine, then type Two with types Three through Nine, plus type Three with type Four.
In addition, my book “The Art of Typing” is almost entirely focused on how to ask differentiating questions, what to listen for when the other person responds, and it contains charming illustrations of the two types in question doing the same task differently. This book can also be helpful to you.
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