December 2, 2017

We see and interact with many people in our lives, every single people we meet may have different personalities, or, some may share major personality traits. That is not a coincidence, as in the Myer and Briggs theory of personalities, there are 16 types of personalities, made up of 8 basic personality traits.

Here is a summary of all the personality types:

ISTJ

It is very clear that ISTJs are systematic and dependable; when it comes to their work, they enjoy working in and under clear systems, and with straightforward processes, being generally traditional, task-driven and are decisive when it comes to decision making.

Being conscientious, realistic, while also being reserved and systematic at the same time. They have clear life goals, realistic deadline and love to work factually, with realistic data, and they also clear problem solving methods, which are on-par and to the point.

ISFJ

While being patient individuals, ISFJs love to apply common sense and mental power along with experience t...

August 28, 2017

                                            Myers-Briggs personality types


Myers-Briggs personality types is an inventory of certain personality type; it is a theory where certain traits join together to form psychological types; the purpose of this theory is to relate the  disorderly, and the random variations in personalities and correlate them with orderly traits, which generally define the personality of a person.
"Perception involves all the ways of becoming aware of things, people, happenings, or ideas. Judgment involves all the ways of coming to conclusions about what has been perceived. If people differ systematically in what they perceive and in how they reach conclusions, then it is only reasonable for them to differ correspondingly in their interests, reactions, values, motivations, and skills."
There are many types of personalities, some people may be ISFJ, INFJ, INTJ, w...

February 16, 2016

One of the privileges that I enjoyed as a physician is the ability to be of influence to many.That is not something that is automatically granted, it is earned. In any relationship, there is a certain degree of influencing that happens, good or bad. How we become cognizant of the influence we have on others and steer it positively comes from being conscientious.

 

Being conscientious means we are AWARE of the other person’s needs. This awareness is not an episodic occurrence, it is a constant, though at the back of your consciousness. It is being aware of whether they had a bad day at work and need a soothing word. It is about being able to read that person without being invasive or intrusive.

 

This kind of awareness is about seeing the young mother in the grocery store with two babies and she is struggling to put the box of diapers into her shopping cart. The awareness, at that point will tell you to give her a helping hand and instantly you have just made her day and influenced thr...

December 31, 2015

 

Habits, oh those foul habits. Habits are acquired from training, influences, observance, and practice. We acquire a lot of habits throughout our life, which some are goodness and others are foul. Good habits we may keep, but if one wants to better their life the foul habits have to take a hike. Eliminating bad habits however isn’t simple, especially if a dependency is involved. For this reason, we may learn how to change your habits.

Individuals wander through life making excuses. Anytime an individual sees something complicated, they’ll frequently make excuses why they can’t deal with the issue. This is a rough-cut problem in the world, which we’ve all heard 1000000000000s of times. If you’re out to better your life, you need to state, “This is something that blocks me from accomplishment and I’ve the might to change it.

The first key to success is quit making excuses. You are able to commit by choosing a fresh habit.

Today I’m going to quit judging other people and myself. This is a co...

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