Over the past few days I’ve seen some significant buzz concerning the use of the word “bossy” to describe little girls. The idea is that the word is very negative and shuts down future female leaders who don’t want to be called bossy or disliked. 668 more words
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The folks over at InTheCapital have put together an awesome profile of DC’s neighborhoods based on the Meyer’s Briggs personality assessment. Even if you don’t buy into the Meyer’s Briggs stuff, these profiles offer some great insights into DC’s different neighborhoods, and may have you considering a move to a part of town you’d never thought of before. 665 more words
“Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking” by Susan Cain was the next book in the Sunday Books Club. We discussed the non-fiction book over three weeks. 657 more words
Wait, what? Adolf Hitler?
What do these people all have in common?
Well, all of these people have been identified with the Meyers-Briggs personality type of… 644 more words