We all get embarrassed from time-to-time, nobody is perfect and we’re going to trip up here and there.It’s how you handle the embarrassment that counts. There are ways how to deal with embarrassment that can help you move on It’s how you handle the embarrassment that counts.
If you’re an ENFP, by looking at the typical ENFP strengths and weaknesses you can better align your skills and put yourself in more comfortable position. The Myers-Briggs personality type indicator is an excellent way to gauge your personality and skills. ENFPs are fun, often the life
ENTJs are confident, affable, fun to be around, and great leaders. You may be this personality type yourself or know someone who is. By looking at ENTJ strengths and weaknesses you can better align your/their skills with the tasks in-hand to become even more efficient. They only make
If you can look back at the past year and honestly say you don’t think you’ve progressed or grown as a person, firstly, you’re not alone. Secondly, you probably moved forward a little more than you’re giving yourself credit for so don’t be too hard on yourself.
Having good habits is essential to personal growth, living healthily, being productive, and staying organized. For me, habits start daily. I had some productive habits in 2016 and I’m using this as a daily habits checklist for 2017. Having good habits is vital to being the best
2016 is fast coming to an end and before we know it 2017 will be well under way. It’s time to start thinking about goal ideas for 2017 and setting some resolutions – that will stick. Setting goals isn’t easy. Sure, it’s easy to think of a
So you’re on the road of self-improvement – writing in a journal, meditating, and trying to be more conscious of your actions every day. But what about down time? Is there a way to keep improving yourself even through hobbies, while enjoying yourself? The answer for me
ESTPs are energetic, enthusiastic, and full of life. In the right career, they are motivated and their social skills make them great team players. You need to be aware of the ESTP jobs to avoid however as going down a career path that doesn’t align with your
When looking for a career that will be a good fit with your education, training, strengths, and weaknesses, you also need to look at your personality type. As an INFJ, knowing which INFJ jobs to avoid will save you a lot of time, effort, and frustration. INFJ
Your personality type will have an impact on how much you get our of your chosen career path. If you’re an ESTJ as identified by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), I will take you through some ESTJ jobs to avoid, famous personalities, and ideal careers in this