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It can be difficult to decide on a career. Fortunately, Julie Raynor Gross has some expert advice about how to choose an education and career path that aligns with your unique personality and interests.
How do you find a career with purpose? On The Myers-Briggs Company Podcast, Collegiate Gateway Founder and President Julie Raynor Gross explains how the MBTI and Strong Interest Inventory assessments can help pinpoint career options that match your personality and interests.
In learning environments, Judging types want structure and clearly defined goals. Perceiving types want flexibility and the freedom to seek out new ideas. This post offers learning strategies and growth tips for both.
We all have different learning styles. Thinking types want logic and direct feedback to properly evaluate information and make decisions. Feeling types take a more personal, values-based approach. This post offers learning strategies and growth tips for both.
We all have different learning styles. Sensing types need to know the facts first. Intuitive types want to see the big picture before they get any details. Both are valid. This article offers learning strategies and growth tips for both.
We all have different learning styles. Extraverted types process information externally and act before they think. Introverted types process information internally and need time to think about things on their own. This post offers learning strategies and growth tips for both MBTI types.
We all learn in different ways. You may learn best through practical, hands-on activities. Or through conceptual, “big picture” theories. Read about the different learning styles of all 16 MBTI types here.
These four MBTI types are least likely to graduate college because their learning styles don’t always match traditional models of college instruction. Here’s some insight into how these four personality types learn best.
Irene Hwang is a college sophomore who wanted more insight about how her personality type will affect her future career. In her video, she talks through the MBTIonline Careers portal.
When students know their MBTI type, it’s easier for them to understand why they enrolled – and why they should stay. But there are four MBTI personality types that are less likely to graduate. Read more to find out why.
People show their appreciation in different ways. Knowing about MBTI personality type can help you better understand what you value when it comes to being appreciated and what you might be missing when you show appreciation toward others.
As places continue to open and people get more comfortable with the idea of post-pandemic travel, the possibilities seem endless. As yesterday was a sweltering 95F degrees where I live, I took it as a good reminder to make summer plans.
There’s a lot at stake when you choose a career. The good news is you can change directions at any time – whether you’re starting fresh as a college grad or you’re shifting careers later in life. It’s never too late to pick a new path. The not-so-good news is you might get lost in a maze of career choices if you don’t know where you’re headed.
Thankfully, knowing your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) personality type is a great starting point.
How can you use MBTI personality type insights to be a smarter parent? First off, know yourself and your MBTI type preferences! Then read to learn more...
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What careers are best for those with extraverted preferences? What should you keep in mind as an Extravert when interviewing? Read this blog to learn more...
April is stress awareness month. And it's safe to say that stress is at an all-time high right now. Unfortunately, you can't avoid stress completely. But there are 3 steps you can take to better understanding and managing your stress. If you want to dive into each of these steps, check out the articles below: Recognize your stress triggers Understand your stress behaviors Learn what stress management techniques work for YOU Your MBTI type and your stress triggers Just as people...
Answering the most frequently asked questions about Myers-Briggs personality type and relationships with MBTI Master Practitioner and TEDx speaker Michael Segovia.
Relationships (especially romantic ones) are a lot of work. This is undoubtedly true in my own life. After 17 years and two kids, my husband and I have been through loss, heartache, and change. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg compared to people who have been together longer or endured the unimaginable. But one thing’s for sure: when the heart emojis and fireworks fade away, it takes real commitment and intentional effort to keep moving forward. For a relationship to last, you and your pa...
Want to better your relationships? Here's how you can use MBTI personality insights to better understand the other person and improve your relationships.