You’ve probably heard about type A personality and its traits, but are you familiar with its counterpart? A type B personality is basically the opposite of type A. People with type B personality are usually described as relaxed, easy-going and flexible.
Some think that those with type B personality are lazy when, in reality, they just have a more carefree approach to life than the goal-driven type As. Wondering if you have type B personality? Here are six signs you might want to look out for.
As an INFJ, I use Extraverted Feeling (Fe) as my auxiliary function. But what does Extraverted Feeling even mean? And what’s the difference in having it as a primary or secondary function? Before we get into it, let’s recap the eight cognitive functions, and how each personality type interacts with them.
While not everyone needs to find purpose in a career to be happy, many of us search for a meaningful job. But how do you find the right job for you? And when do you know you’ve got there? Whether you’ve been working for decades, or are just starting your professional journey, it takes a bit of soul-searching to figure out what career path may be a fit for you. Wondering how to find a job you love? The following six questions can guide you in the process.
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