WOOL: Wear it when you're cold. Wear it when you're hot!

Back when I was about seven or eight years old, my father and his brother tried raising sheep on the land that they farmed together in an attempt to make money from the wool.  After a couple of years, they gave it up because  the sheep munched the pasture grass so close to the earth... Read more »

The More Common Personality

  As we saw in the previous post, anyone who gets a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) score with an NT or an NF designation will find himself a minority personality: only either 1% or 5% of the world population.  All together, the NTs and NFs comprise only about one-quarter of all the people. If you have... Read more »

Which personality are you?

  How we receive the information or the feelings expressed in a blog depends to a great extent on our personality types.  In the previous two articles, I gave you, the reader, an idea of the building blocks of personality as seen through the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator (MBTI).  This was to prepare us for the description... Read more »

The Four Temperaments of Personality

I first became involved in the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator (MBTI) when I worked for a man that I had little respect for, but had to act as if I did, very stressful to say the least!  A friend of mine was an MBTI tester and councillor at a local Jung Center, so through her,... Read more »

Personalities: Why are individuals so different?

Personalities: WHY are individuals so different?  I have absolutely no idea, but I can give you an idea of HOW they differ and put that into a pattern that can be understood and acted upon. Since Plato and Aristotle, various philosophers and psychologists have tried to put some order in the “humors and temperaments” (personalities)... Read more »