I used to tell my clients that weighing themselves every day was a waste of time. Because you have to both decrease your calorie intake and increase your calorie expenditure by, on average, 3500 calories, there is no way a pound could be lost in a day’s time. Even vigorous exercise...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