What makes famous entrepreneurs successful in terms of personality type? Are Introverts or Extraverts more likely to be famous entrepreneurs? Is innovation or tradition more of an asset? Is creativity or leadership more essential? As you’ll see from this small selection, it can be all or any of these traits.
Any personality type could be included in a list of famous entrepreneurs. While Extaverts may be more charismatic, or more visible in the public eye, they don’t necessarily have the advantage over Introverts.
If you’re an INFP personality, or know one, you probably feel drawn to INFP characters in books, movies and t.v. shows. Though the type is fairly rare in real life, there are quite a few INFP characters, because they have striking internal characteristics that make them interesting story heroes.
What do Oprah, Taylor Swift and Kim Kardashian have in common? Besides being mega-famous superstars, these powerful women also share an Enneagram type. (Can you guess which one it is? Read on to find out!)
The Enneagram is a system of nine distinct personality types that describe the core fears and motivations that impact our behavior. Each type has unique characteristics and strengths.
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Famously funny actress Tiffany Haddish has a bold and infectiously positive personality. She’s also incredibly resilient, overcoming tough childhood experiences and working on building her comedy career for nearly two decades before her breakout success in popular comedies such as Girls Trip and Night School. She’s also the author of the best-selling memoir, The Last Black Unicorn.
Pint-sized pop powerhouse Ariana Grande is one of the most famous and respected singers of our time. The pop and R&B star has won numerous awards for her work, including two Grammy awards and three American Music Awards. She is the most followed female on Instagram and Spotify, and has been called “the first female pop diva of the streaming generation.”
The characters in the books we loved as kids have a significant impact in our lives. They find a place in our hearts, shaping how we see the world and often, how we see ourselves. In honor of National Children’s Book Week, we wanted to explore the personality profiles of our favorite children’s book characters -- one for every Myers-Briggs type. Enjoy!
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Scientist, conservationist and peacemaker, Jane Goodall is best known for her 60-year study of chimpanzees and is considered the world’s foremost expert on the animal. Her legendary research on chimpanzees has forever changed the way humans view the species.
Private, independent, and always focused on developing a better world for tomorrow, Jane Goodall exhibits many personality traits similar to those of the Enneagram 5 and INFJ personality types.
Bubbly and ambitious, with a hint of anxiety, Mindy Kaling is the kind of woman with whom we wouldn’t mind becoming best friends (translation: she is in fact our dream BFF). She is hilarious. She keeps it real. And she’s written some of the most incredible comedies over the past decade, refusing to be stereotyped and relegated to the sidelines as a “sidekick” character.
According to her written work and observed traits, Mindy Kaling is most likely an Enneagram Type Six and an ENTJ in Myers’ and Briggs’ framework. Here is more about her multifaceted personality.
Frida Kahlo was an artist known for her self-portraits. She is remembered as one of the greatest Mexican artists of all time and one of the most significant artists of the 20th century. Most of her art symbolized the pain and passion built through a lifetime of suffering. As a young girl, she suffered a near-fatal spine injury that became a major theme in her art. Her posthumous popularity has made Kahlo an icon for feminists, Chicanos and the LGBTQ community.
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