ENFPs are drawn to art...
05 June 2015 / By Administrator
ENFPs place great importance on personal freedom...
28 April 2015 / By Administrator
"ENFPs' ability to empower others is one of their most impressive contributions...
27 March 2015 / By Administrator
Believe it or Not, Your Personality Type Can Predict How Much You’ll Earn, How Far You’ll Rise, and Whether You’ll Love Your Job
13 March 2015 / By Molly Owens
Categories: Personality At Work
, Personality Science
ENFPs prize individuality...
20 February 2015 / By Administrator
ENFPs tend to be curious about discovering the deeper meaning in people and ideas...
30 January 2015 / By Administrator
ENFPs are people-centered creators...
09 December 2014 / By Administrator
5 Reasons Extraverts Are Happier
09 December 2014 / By Jacki Christopher
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:
An ENFP Escapes the Cubicle for an Organic Farm (And—Sort of By Accident—the Writing Career She’s Always Dreamed Of)
30 September 2014 / By Nathan Falde
Many have dismissed the Law of Attraction as overly simplistic. But there is one aspect of this controversial principle that undoubtedly has merit: if you want your dreams to come true you have to pursue them with a clear focus and a full commitment. Safety nets make sense in the circus but in life they can hold you back, and if you are unwilling to act until you have them, you may never take any meaningful action at all.
Feeling Types Less Likely to Believe in Evolution
13 March 2012 / By Molly Owens
In a study of University of Wisconsin Colleges students, participants with Feeling preferences were more likely to believe in creationism, while students with Thinking preferences favored secular evolution.
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