Susan Storm

Explore the career nightmares of each #personality type. #MBTI #INFJ #INTJ #INFP #INTP

The Career Nightmare of Every Myers-Briggs® Personality Type

Have you ever wondered what kind of job would attract someone of your personality type? Do you ever feel trapped or de-motivated in your current career? This article is going to go over some of the "nightmares" each type hates to deal with in their work-lives. Do you agree with your section? Let us…


Find out how each personality type responds to feelings of anger and stress. #MBTI #Personality #INFJ #INTJ #INFP #INTP

Here's How You Handle Anger, Based on Your Personality Type

When you get angry are you the type of person who blows up on the spot? Or do you suppress your anger, trying to deal with it internally rather than externally? According to the MBTI® Manual, there are four unique personality types that are the most likely to get angry and not show it. There are…


Get a closer look at the way the #ISFJ, #ISTJ, #ESFJ and #ESTJ personality types think. #MBTI #Personality

Here's What It's Like Inside the Mind of an ISFJ, ISTJ, ESFJ or ESTJ

Sensing-judging personality types have a unique and very personal way of looking at the world. They see the world around them as if filtered through layers of past experiences and impressions. They are in touch with the natural world, in touch with their inner bodies, and are skilled at storing…


Take a look at each Myers-Briggs #personality type in their most average state. #MBTI #INFJ #INTJ #INFP #INTP

The Average Versions of Every Myers-Briggs® Personality Type

When you’re trying to learn about your personality type you might find yourself confused if all the descriptions you read are of extremely healthy or inspiring versions of the type. Let’s face it. We’re not all operating at an ideal version of our type at all times. As an INFJ I’m not always filled…


Is there any scientific proof for the #MBTI? Find out! #Personality #Typology

Is the MBTI® Scientific?

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® is an assessment that aims to sort people in to one of 16 different personality types. The indicator is derived from the work of Swiss psychoanalyst C.G. Jung, who first wrote about psychological type in his groundbreaking 1921 work, Psychological Types. The MBTI®…