6 Things You Can Do to Make Your Personality Testing More Effective

So, you’re ready to enter the world of self-discovery that a personality test can lead you to. Whatever type of test you choose, it will help you the most if you take measures to ensure that your results are as authentic as possible. 

When it comes to making your testing experience more effective, how you think about, approach, and take the test, as well as how you view your results, can make a difference in your ability to get the most benefit from the experience.

Road Trip Must Haves for Each Personality Type

Whether you’ve already got a trip planned or you’re thinking about joining the ranks of others who are making the most of domestic travel in 2022, taking a road trip might be one of the most appealing ways to get out and explore after being cooped up for the last couple of years. Plus, a road trip has plenty to offer without worrying about embarking on an international trip. 

How to Get Different Personality Types to Like You

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on April 26, 2022

It might be easier to relate to, like, and be liked by people with personality traits similar to your own. 

But you will need to interact with people of different personality types and traits as well. The experience will likely be more pleasant if you can not only tolerate each other, but figure out ways to enjoy and benefit from each other’s company. Even better if you can help people with different personality types to like you, and find that you like them in turn. 

What's the Difference Between an Ambivert and an Omnivert?

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on April 14, 2022

You’ve probably heard of Introverts and Extraverts but what about Ambiverts and Omniverts? Both of these personality types sit between the extremes of Introversion and Extraversion – but they can be tricky to figure out. Here’s what each expression means, and how you can tell them apart.

What Does Intuitive Mean in the Myers and Briggs System?

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on April 12, 2022

You’ve probably heard people call themselves ‘intuitive’, but the context of what they mean can vary. If you were to look up the word in the dictionary, you’d see a definition like ‘the use or basis of one’s feelings over conscious reasoning’ or the more straightforward term ‘instinctive.’ Although that basic definition isn’t false, when it comes to the Myers and Briggs personality system, it’s a bit more complicated than that.

Creative Spring Cleaning Ideas for Each Enneagram Type

There’s something about the nearly-neon green of new leaves and the cheerful pink of tulip blooms that makes me want to add a bit of springlike cheer to my home environment. Out of this is born my yearly tradition of spring cleaning. Whether you look forward to spring cleaning like I do or moan at the thought of one more thing to do, learning to approach it with your Enneagram type in mind can help you better enjoy the process and the fruits of your labor.

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