I’ve recently become fascinated with Myers-Briggs personality types and how much insight these distinctions in personalities can reveal. Not only can knowing your own personality type help you understand your own behaviors and how you interact with others, it can provide you with a lot of insight into your professional life and how to find a career that best aligns with your preferences. As a career coach, I’ve found it to be a helpful tool for many of my clients. I wrote a short article about Myers-Briggs personality types previously, but I felt the topic was worthy of a deeper dive …
Time! Who has it? That’s the problem with traditional reading – who has the time to pick a book, sit by the pool, on a park bench, or at the beach, and actually read? Couple that with the fact that most people read books all wrong – their eyes bounce off the words on the page as though there is a medal to win by finishing your reading list. There isn’t. (BTW, I’ve definitely read
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