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Personality Types Most Likely to Be Self-Employed

A woman walks on the esplanade of La Defense, in the financial and business district in La Defense, west of Paris, April 10, 2014. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

Science gives clear indication of the personality types that lean more toward entrepreneurship rather than the climbing of a corporate ladder. This post from Agenda World Economic Forum discusses which personality types are most likely and least likely to be self-employed. Science suggests there’s one personality type that’s more likely to ditch the corporate structure and work for themselves. A ... Read More »

One of the Biggest Challenges In Understanding Personality Types

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Possibly one of the most established concepts about personality types in social consciousness is the difference between “Introverts” and “Extraverts.” The differences are explained as ‘shy, quiet, needing a lot of alone time’ (for Introverts) and ‘bombastic, people-oriented, energetic’ (for Extraverts). Regardless whether or not people have a truly accurate understanding of the differences, they have enough understanding to ‘get’ ... Read More »

Why We Need Personality Development Tools

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It’s interesting to hear how people talk about personality. Often we see it as either something that is totally static (I had one person describe themselves as “unchanging as the tide”),  or we believe it’s something that morphs until we become an entirely different personality. When profiling people, I can’t count the number of times people have told me their ... Read More »

What’s the Difference Between the Intuitive and Sensory Learning Styles?

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After posting the article 7 Steps to Finding the Perfect Intuitive Relationship, I received a lot of questions about the fundamental differences between between people with an Intuitive learning style and those with a Sensory learning style. This is important to address: of the major differences between people, the largest discrepancies lie in the differences between people who have a Sensory ... Read More »