Unlocking the Power of DNA Behavior

Over the past few months, Hugh Massie sat down with some of the most influential consultants and entrepreneurs in the financial and behavioral space. What do they all have in common? They’ve been exposed to DNA behavioral’s insights and unlocked its power to move their businesses forward.

When Kenyatta Turner from Freedom Empire Consulting took the Business DNA assessment a few years ago, she had already been on the growth and personal development path. The DNA Behavior assessment brought her not only clarity but the validation that it was time to step away from a career path that no longer served her long-term goals and embrace her true passion.

When Kim Curtis from The Wealth Legacy Institute and Hugh first met, she was seeking to have deeper and more meaningful relationships with her clients, beyond the money factor. So when she was introduced to the DNA Behavior tool, she realized exactly what she was missing. She first took the assessment herself to understand her particular skill sets, then implemented it in her business and her relationships with her clients.

Through her years of experience, Robyn Clay from Linktank realized that being a technology integration expert is similar to being an interpreter. Your role is to facilitate the use of technology by the team. With the support for DNA Behavior’s insight, her competitive advantage has been her strategic approach in connecting people and technology.

The power of DNA is incontestably real. It gives you and your team the strategic advantage you need to move your business forward. If you’re ready to stop the guessing game and leverage our 500+ insights, take our assessment today and let’s uncover your behavioral style.

Souki Fournier

Souki Fournier

Souki Fournier is a content marketing strategist. With a background of 10 years experience in marketing and content creation, she is particularly passionate about behavioral science and how behavioral insights can be leveraged to build successful businesses, manage finances, and even mediate personal relationships.