John Voris

Relationship Types with 4 Archetypes with Melissa Meredith Wells

With a background in assessments, Melissa Wells was intrigued when she met John Voris from Authentic Systems and learned about Life Themes and the 4 Archetypes. In this insightful interview, Kim Eley, Melissa, and John discuss how the Life Themes and relationship types interact with one another. In this lively discussion, the three explore which...
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Authentic Living Podcast with Carol Chisholm

Federal Intelligence Psychologist Carol Chisholm Talks Authentic Systems

Dr. Carol Chisholm, self-described eclectic psychologist and delightful guest, joins co-hosts John Voris and Kim Eley for a lively discussion about personality profile tests, the Authentic Systems assessment and how it stands out, the revealing process of asking 6 questions, depression, high school students, and whether Carol would recommend that counselors, coaches and trainers take...
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Western Psychology versus European Psychology

For decades, a battle has been brewing. And likely you have been completely unaware of it. The 1960 edition of Existence, edited by Rollo May, begins to explain the conflict between American Psychology and European Psychology. May explained that around the time of WWII, American psychiatrists and psychologists had noted a gap in our understanding...
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The Impact Archetypes Have on Family Dynamics

Authentic Systems, which is based on four main archetypes, can have a huge impact on families and their dynamics. Knowing the four archetypes, love, justice, wisdom, and power, and who we really are beneath our personalities, has empowered co-host John Voris in numerous client consultations. Co-host Kim Eley became interested in this topic through her...
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John’s Origin Story for Authentic Systems

In episode 1 of “Authentic Living: The Podcast for a Better Life,” Kim Eley asks her co-host John Voris how he leapt from door-to-door sales failure and doom into cracking the code for understanding how to sell what people were buying. Giving insights along the way about human nature, symbols, John’s incredible sales closing rate,...
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who are you really

Who Are You, Really?

Why is it important to ask who you are? Because it determines what you can and cannot change in yourself. Picture in your mind that you are a teenager in high school. Watch what you are doing. Are you sitting in your classroom, or out in a field? What are you wearing? What is your...
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