Sleep is the greatest healer of mind, body and spirit. Human and animal bodies must have a restorative time when consciousness is suspended, but our nervous and endocrine systems are very active. Your brain activity reduces in the areas controlling … Read more
In the conclusion of our study on the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), let us summarize what we’ve learned about the various pairings described by the MBTI by explaining the 4-letter coding the Indicator uses to describe our unique personality … Read more
In this fourth in the series on the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), we’ll cover what the MBTI describes as your “outer life,” or how you prefer to interact with the world around you, your demeanor.
The MBTI says, “Some … Read more
In our last post, we described the basic tenet of The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and its relevance to our personal and professional lives. In this post we’ll delve into the first pairing – Extroversion vs. Introversion.
First, it … Read more
Most people know that Carl Jung is credited with being the “father” of modern psychology. He described human nature as falling within groupings of traits that describe how we interact with the world and each other, our different ways of … Read more
Many of us believe that we must earn our status, self-worth, or value to others. Whether your false belief is that you are not smart enough, or rich enough, or attractive enough, the key word “enough” is a judgment. Being … Read more
In much of the Western world, we are taught that mistakes are to be avoided at all costs, for fear of reprisal and punishment. Yet learning to fear your mistakes leads to repressed creativity and innovation. We may believe that … Read more