A Sensor and an iNtuitive sit down to dinner together. (Sounds like the beginning of a joke, but it’s not.) It’s a beautiful meal. The presentation is impeccable and the flavors superb. Yet, do they enjoy the food in the same way or differently?
The Sensor first looks at the plate and...Read more
In personality typing and the MBTI®, there are four pairs of preference alternatives. We tend to favor one preference within the category over another. The MBTI® is an assessment tool to uncover what those favored preferences are. After you’ve taken the MBTI®, you will be provided with...Read more
I’ve wondered for a long time since I got involved with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®), whether the results of the MBTI ®(a personality type questionnaire) would reveal those people who would be considered either Type A or Type B personality types.
First, if you’re not familiar...Read more
Carl Jung, a Swiss psychologist, developed psychological type in the 1920s. He was very interested in the Tao and the concept of yin and yang.
He understood the idea of opposites; that they can only exist in relation to each other. When I say “black”, what is the first thing that comes to your...Read more