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Writing to Get Into Someone's Head

Malcolm Gladwell writes in What the Dog Saw, “Good writing does not succeed or fail on the strength of its ability to persuade. It succeeds or fails on its ability to engage you, to think, to give you a glimpse into someone else’s head.” This is true whether you write non-fiction, novels, or the blend of these two: the memoir. 288 more words


Books for Grads by Personality Type

Meyers-Briggs and personality types have taken the educational world by storm. Even my 11-year-old cousin was pondering last week whether she was an introvert or an extrovert. 609 more words


Personality Tests Can Be Functional and Fun, or Pass Me the Ball, Cinderella, We're on the Same Team

What are you? An ISFJ? Hmm. Me? I’m an INFP. Hmmmmmmmm.

Many people, including current and potential missionaries and other church-worker types, have taken the popular personality test the  647 more words


The Comprehensive ENFP Survival Guide by Heidi Priebe

Life as an ENFP is no walk in the park.

Despite the happy-go-lucky attitude they exude, only those who share the specific preference for extroversion, intuition, feeling and perceiving on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator can truly understand the unique form of chaos that governs this type’s restless mind. 524 more words


Being INTJ - My Myers Briggs Personality Test

For today’s post I’ve decided to write about my Myers Briggs personality type, INTJ.  2,521 more words



Hello and welcome to my new blog “Intro 2 Success”!

Q: Why did I call it that?
A: We live in a typically extroverted world. Being an introvert is difficult at times.   351 more words


I is for Introvert

More than twenty years ago I took the meyers-briggs test. For some reason the result is one of those random bits my brain has retained through the years. 460 more words

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