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Posts filed under 'Myers-Briggs®'

11 Drawings That Perfectly Show How Introverts and Extroverts See the World

Situations can elicit excitement or dread based on whether you're an introvert or an extrovert. ATTN: has previously reported, 'An extroverted brain's dopamine reward system responds more actively than an introverted brain's to rewards such as...(more)

How Introverts and Extroverts Are Different

Introverts and extroverts don't always understand each other. But science has revealed physiological differences between the two that help explain their differences in behavior and shed light on our misconceptions about them both. An extroverted...(more)

A Guide to a Blissful Relationship with an ESTJ

ESTJs are clear in their mind about what they want. Most of them are known to be outspoken about their views. Their communication is effective reflecting the clarity of purpose. They set long term goals and then stick to it. The best part is they get...(more)

Relationships with INFJ: Positives, Negatives & Compatibility

INFJs have the rare ability to not just dream but also execute their plans and make the dreams come true. The combination of Intuition and Feeling gives them an innate understanding of right and wrong. Though gentle in their interactions, they are...(more)

Get to Know ESFP! The Performers of the MBTI

ESFP is an acronym which stands for Extroversion, Sensing, Feeling and Perception. This is one of the sixteen categories under the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)®. The dichotomies defined by the MBTI® are extensively used to understand the...(more)

Share Your Love in Ways She Can Appreciate! Tips & Ideas by MBTI Type

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®) helps you identify the various aspects of personality. While sometimes getting gifts for your loved one can be tough, knowing their MBTI type may hold the key to finding the perfect thoughtful...(more)

Bill Gates & Steve Jobs knew it, now you can too! Workplace Skills with the MBTI

It is common knowledge that people with different personalities approach their jobs differently. In today’s age, goal accomplishment at the workplace is commonly a group effort. The gelling together of people on the same team but with different...(more)

Introduction to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Myers-Briggs® Type Indicator (MBTI®) Assessment Carl G. Jung first introduced the psychological type theory behind the MBTI® assessment in the 1920s.  During World War II, Isabel Briggs Myers and her mother Katharine Briggs decided to...(more)

 Quiz — Do You Really Know Yourself?

By getting in touch with who you are, you’ll be better equipped to connect with individuals who bring out the best in you. Being vulnerable (which means putting yourself at risk for attack) is the first step—it’s scary, uncomfortable,...(more)

Who is Carl Jung? And the Importance behind Getting to Know Yourself

Stay Connected -          In psychological study, Carl Jung is a famous name because he founded analytical psychology. The well-known Swiss psychiatrist proposed and developed the concepts that were later...(more)

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