The Upside to Being a Person Who Gets Bored With Everything

Do you have so many interests that you literally do not know what to do with your life? Or perhaps you have a woefully low boredom threshold and are sure that, whatever you are obsessed with now, you'll eventually lose interest and let it go—so that you can start something new and totally unrelated instead?

If so, you're not alone.

4 Tips for ENTJs Who Want Be Loved (Not Feared)

Probably the most dominant personality of the 16 personality types, ENTJs are "in it to win it" in every sense of the phrase. As high achievers they will do everything in their power to achieve success; many will casually trample over people's feelings in their race to the top. They do not do this because they are cruel or cold-hearted - it's more that ENTJ personalities genuinely enjoy the battle of wits that comes with pursuing victory.

Needy Friend or Friend Indeed? Tips to Help NTs Cope with Emotionally Needy Relationships

As members of the personality type grouping known as "rationals," NTs are practical and unsentimental folks. Great at solving life's little problems, they are not so great at dealing with people who get sunk into their emotions. NT's are pretty hot on reciprocity, too, and don't appreciate friends who demand more than their fair share of attention. Unsurprisingly, NTs are the type least likely to cope with an excessively needy friend - those who take a mile while giving barely an inch in return.

ENTJs are quick to see inefficiency...

ENTJs are quick to see inefficiency...
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ENTJs approach every situation with the attitude of an efficiency analyst...

ENTJs approach every situation with the attitude of an efficiency analyst...
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ENTJs are analytical and objective individuals...

ENTJs are analytical and objective individuals...
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5 Reasons Extraverts Are Happier

Are people happy because they’re extraverts, or are they extraverts because they’re happy?

Decades’ worth of research has shown that some people tend to enjoy their lives just a little bit more, experiencing higher highs and greater levels of momentary happiness than others. They’re called extraverts. In one study done by Wido G. M. Oerlemans and Arnold B. Bakker, they note:

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