You see her here on the blog a lot. But how much do you really know about my daughter Anne?
Get to know one of our veteran Dressing Your Truth Experts—she’s been dressing true to her Type 2 nature for almost nine years now!
Q&A with Anne Tuttle Brown
After me, Anne is the person you probably see the most. Her gift for gathering details and making connections is so valuable to me and our company.
It’s because of her that you have such amazing detailed resources to support each of you who are Dressing Your Truth members.
Watch the video to learn Anne’s passions, hobbies and strengths, plus what she enjoys most about her role here and as a wife and mother.
You also get to see Anne’s hidden talent—one that’s very true to her Type 2 nature!
What do you appreciate most about Anne? Do you have a hidden talent true to your nature?
Turn a Type 2 tendency on its head
Because of her gentle, sensitive nature, Anne is able to make really special connections with people. She exudes a peace and calmness that draw people to feel close and connected to her.
And while Anne lives confidently as a Type 2, you heard her share how she perceives her lack of self-assurance as a weakness at times.
I support her in her goal, and I also want to point out how you can also see perceived weaknesses in another light, to turn it into a strength.
When Type 2’s are in tune with their emotions, they will be sensitive to things that aren’t comfortable for themselves or others.
And since Type 2’s need to take time to make a plan and be comfortable with it, their more cautious nature (which can be seen as a lack of self-assurance) can at times be a helpful trait for them, to alert them to something that isn’t right about a situation.
Consider how you can perceive as your greatest weaknesses as your greatest strengths instead. That’s what they are when you live true to your nature!