Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
Some things can’t quite be measured by a sterling resumé and perfect answers to standard job interview questions. More and
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Every single one of us is yearning for answers to the question: "Who am I?" Personality tests become our straw to hold on to. You are sitting on the results like nobody could ever pull that chair away from underneath your behind.
I do genuinely love the significant part of my life that occurs in the business world. Maybe there isn't one single place I fit, after all.
"So, next time you ask yourself why your neighbor drives a Lamborghini while you are stuck with an old Volvo, you'll know
Dear Myers-Briggs Type Indicator: Do you remember the day we met? Our first date was magical: I opened up to you like I had never done with anyone before. In return, you opened my eyes to a whole new way of seeing the world. We had so much in common back then. Sadly, as the months passed, we started to grow apart.
Those who made it into middle and old age as "happy" and "healthy" shared seven traits: mental adaptability to changes in life, advanced education, stable marriage, not smoking, not abusing alcohol, getting some exercise, and maintaining a healthy weight.
Take the trouble to understand the personalities of those you work with and remember their preferences when you email them. It can lead to a harmonious working atmosphere and greater spirit of cooperation.
In the late 1990s, there were no "women's circles" or "diversity groups" or "power lunches with other women" like there are now. Never once it entered my mind "I cannot do this because I am a woman" and no one at my bank said, "Well, as a woman you should think about changing careers."
It's a personality quiz based on Carl Jung's typological theories that divides people into 16 types based on these four variables
Career advice comes in lots of shapes and sizes. I find most of it to be fairly useless.
Page 120 of Andrew Ross Sorkin's Too Big To Fail addresses the problem of bankers being too dumb to read. (Hey, you can't
You change the oil in your car every 3,000 miles and call it maintenance. But how many miles has your mind clocked? Don't you think maybe it's time for a tune-up?