Why are you like that?

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After learning and using very complex models, I have found in TetraMap a simple method to deal with the complexities of human behaviour, with the added benefit that the whole process uses a map that allows one to follow a path that, in my 25 years of experience, I had never considered could be there.

Rafael Moreno Romero

Comparing strengths and preferences:
What’s the difference?

Everyday communication might seem simple. Emails are boundless these days and it only takes a few seconds to zap a text into cyberspace. But have you ever considered the way you prefer to be communicated with? READ MORE >