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Posted 24 Jul 2020 by Sherrie, MBTI Expert and Director of Professional Services for The Myers-Briggs Company

How to use your personality type to enable your growth mindset

What is a growth mindset and how can you use your MBTI personality type for personal development? 

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Posted 17 Jun 2020 by Jess Shankleman

How Introverts and Extraverts Can Thrive in a Lockdown

Tips on managing your emotions in the pandemic.

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Posted 14 May 2020 by Melissa, MBTI Marketing Manager

Stressed at Work? You’re Not Alone. Here’s what every MBTI type should know...

Stress at work is a big issue globally. But it's different for every MBTI type. Here's how...

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Posted 06 May 2020 by Melissa, MBTI Marketing Manager

Is your personality permanent or does it change over time?

Change is all around us all the time. But does your personality change over time? Or is your personality permanent? 

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Posted 22 Apr 2020 by Melissa, MBTI Marketing Manager

How MBTI Personality Types Care for Others

Whether you're in the healthcare industry or not, all MBTI personality types care for people in different ways. Here's how...

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Posted 10 Apr 2020 by Melissa, MBTI Marketing Manager

Your MBTI Questions – Answered!

Have you ever wondered who created Myers-Briggs personality type? Or whether it was based on science? Or how psychologists measure the validity of personality assessments? Now you can find answers to your questions!

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Posted 06 Apr 2020 by Melissa, MBTI Marketing Manager

Remote Working Tips from a Psychologist

With millions more people working or taking classes from home, and many for the first time, we asked one of our resident occupational psychologists Helen Rayner for her advice on the topic. Physical Work Space If possible, try to dedicate a physical space to your work environment. If this isn’t possible and you are working in your living area, ensure you pack up your laptop and put it away at the end of the day. Communication Speak regularly with phone and video calls. Talk to your colleag...

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Posted 25 Mar 2020 by Melissa, MBTI Marketing Manager

Social Distancing, Virtual Work, Personality Type and Keeping Your Sanity

.responsive-container article{ width: 100%; } .responsive-container article h2{ text-align: left; } So… your world probably looks a little different than normal right now. Maybe as you’re reading this there are small children or teenagers in the background at home that would normally be at school. Or you’re working from home. Or you have a small business that’s currently shut its doors because of COVID-19 and you’re freaking out a bit. Ri...

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Posted 04 Apr 2019 by Melissa, MBTI Marketing Manager

What does each MBTI personality type value most?

Before you scroll down to find your MBTI personality type, take a few minutes for some self-reflection. If I ask you what you value most in life, you could probably come up with a few things right off the top of your head. Family and friends are usually one of the first things people say. But there are also things that we forget, or are embarrassed to say that we value. Money is one example. Most people won't say they value money, however when it comes to comfort and financial security (things m...

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Posted 17 May 2018 by Gabrielle Savoie

This Is How Compatible You and Your Partner Are, Based on Your Myers-Briggs Type

If you've ever attended a work retreat or met with a career counselor in high school, chances are you already know your MBTI personality (I'm an ENFJ). Myers-Briggs questionnaires are typically associated with team-building retreats and what you talk about with your friends and family when you're bored, but the personality types have been cropping up in another unexpected place: dating apps. It goes a little something like this: "Mike, 35, Lawyer, INFJ, loves pizza." But is that actually an indi...