Myers Briggs

How INTPs Handle Conflict

INTPs are known for their inventiveness and creativity. These analytical types prefer to stay out of conflict as much as possible, but when they do have to face it they tend to use their creativity and ingenuity to find unique, one-of-a-kind solutions. They can enjoy a lively debate or a friendly...


How the ISFJ Responds to Stress (Infographic)

Do you ever experience extreme stress that causes you to act in an uncharacteristic way? As an ISFJ your cognitive functions are greatly impacted by the amount of stress you absorb. This infographic gives a visual demonstration of how you are affected by stress and explains why your personality...


How ENFJs Handle Conflict

ENFJs are known for their empathy, compassion, and vision. They can be excellent peacemakers and inspirational leaders. But what happens when fights break out or arguments erupt? Conflict is anathema to ENFJs and while they can be excellent at resolving it quickly, they can also struggle with having...


How the ENTP Reacts to Stress (Infographic)

Have you ever "flipped a switch" when you’re stressed and started acting completely unlike your normal self? This confusing situation can happen to many of us when we’re experiencing chronic or extreme stress. This infographic gives you a visual representation of how your cognitive functions;...


The Biggest Misconceptions About Each Myers-Briggs® Personality Type

There are a lot of wildly inaccurate misconceptions about each Myers-Briggs® personality type. Why are these errors so common? I narrowed it down to three reasons: Bias and/or superiority. A person thinks their type is "the best" so they write about and think negatively about other types....