Did you know that some personality types are much more common than others? Take the omnipresent ISFJ, making up nearly 20% of the population (as well as 20% of teachers, nurses and librarians). Compare that with the elusive INFJ, at just 1.5%. Read More >>
ENTPs are highly innovative people who pride themselves on being able to find creative, new solutions. They dislike routine and thrive on change, seeing it as a challenge. ENTPs, as the quintessential Think Outside the Box personality type, disdain convention and attempt to carve new paths. Hot careers for ENTPs allow these ingenious people to express their talents for clearly seeing big pictures when it comes to problems and coming up with leading-edge solutions. Read More >>
ENTPs are enthusiastic, inventive, logical, and spontaneous. They are excited about the future and the many possibilities it holds. ENTPs are rational and objective when making decisions, and are at their best when faced with a challenging and complex problem. ENTP enjoy using their intellect and constantly strive to increase their understanding of the world and how it works.
ENTPs are fascinated by new ideas and theories and are often searching for new solutions to improve systems. They enjoy debate, and tend to be precise with language and meaning. ENTPs are likely to play devil’s advocate, always analyzing every aspect of a situation logically. For this reason, ENTPs are sometimes seen as negative and argumentative. They tend to be quite optimistic, however, and simply strive for continuous improvement. An ENTP is likely to see a setback as an opportunity and adapt easily in chaotic fast-paced environments.
Extroverts are more likely to perceive themselves as good communicators than are Introverts, a study led by Donald Loffredo at the University of Houston has found. In this survey of communication style and Myers-Briggs type, researchers discovered significant correlations between various aspects of communication and the preference scales of Extroversion/Introversion, as well as Thinking/Feeling and Sensing/Intuition. Read More >>
In today's labor market, maximizing your productivity is more important than ever. Whether you're trying to survive a round of layoffs or just working with fewer support staff than usual, making the most of your time is essential. However, maximizing productivity is something we all do in different ways. Some of us are inclined to micromanage our time, scheduling every minute of the day and adhering closely to lists and schedules. If you're familiar with Myers Briggs personality type concepts, you probably recognize these people as Judging types. Read More >>