Because we’re human, we ask questions. When it comes to being overweight, there are many questions such as: “Why am I overweight? “When did it actually happen?” “What can I do to lose the weight?” And if you’ve already tried to lose weight and haven’t succeeded in keeping it off...Read more
Deepak Chopra is definitely on target in his article, The Secret to Personal Change. And it’s so in keeping with personality typing. As a practitioner of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) and a weight-loss expert, I couldn’t agree more when he says, “The secret to personal...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
In MBTI® (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®) terms, goal-setting is everything for iNtuitives. It’s the carrot that pulls them forward. (If you’re not familiar with type, go to “About Personality Typing” and watch the slideshow on personality typing. There’s also...Read more
How spontaneous or neurotic you are could dictate how much you weigh according to research published in the Journal of Psychology and Social Psychology. I’m not surprised. If you knew your personality type based on the MBTI®, you would appreciate the results of the study and how they apply...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