Like Personality Types

Can Persons of Like Personality Types Have Great Difficulty Relating to Each Other?

Here’s an important question that needs an answer: Can like personality types have great difficulty understanding and accepting each other? Why Like Personality Types Have Difficult Relationships The short answer to the thorny question above is yes!  Here are some reasons why. Similar temperaments in close relationships unconsciously (and sometimes consciously)

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Introverts and Extroverts

How Introverts and Extroverts End Up in Conflict

Understanding the cause of conflict between introverts and extroverts is half the battle (and half the victory). First, however, let’s be sure we are talking about the same thing.  Let’s define the two terms correctly: Extrovert:  someone who replenishes their drained energy resources by connecting with other people and activities or

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The Five Senses

Sensing or Intuiting – Which Energy Center Is Yours?

There are two different ways of gathering information from the world around us.  We gather information either by sensing or intuiting the world around us.  These two ways that we become informed about our world create the “great divide” in the four temperaments: two temperaments are Ss and two are Ns.

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Align Yourself with Great Results

Olympic Podium Takeaway #3: Align Yourself with Great Results

The Olympics have always provided an excellent expression of digging deep, overcoming adversity and reaping hard-earned rewards. But what happens when your personal best might not be enough to win? Is “winning” the best outcome? And what about negative events completely out of your control? Our final Olympic Podium Takeaway

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SJ lifestyle woman scurrying with coffee

Decision-Making Doesn’t Wait for the “J” Lifestyle

What Is Dominant in the “J” Lifestyle? Dominant in the lifestyle of the “J” temperament types is the feeling of urgency.  Let’s get it done now!  There is a fear of not getting things done and having the unfinished tasks back up, producing anxiety.  The need to achieve feeds this

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