We began this month with an exploration of newly emerging identity frameworks and how they might be used as a starting place for the annual practice of goal-setting. Identity frameworks, such as MBTI, Enneagram, Five Factor, and others are a good starting point for us to imagine the path we’d like our lives to take.
If psychologists view setting a resolution (or goal) as an organizing action that aids in revealing personality, it is only reasonable to ask ourselves how we decide on the elements that we use to inform the mental models used to help us decide when we have achieved a goal.
INTJ Mastermind: Quantifying You: Don’t you dread January and all the talk about a new year, a new you? While the practice of making resolutions is a centuries old tradition – cultures as far back as the Babylonians made resolutions—in this present time, we know that resolution-making tends to be an exercise in futility . . .
INTJ December 2017 Challenge Happy first day of December, everyone! I've been on winter break for two weeks now, and I am finally beginning to get over my jet lag from cross-continental travel. Even so, jet-lagged or not, the blog must still be written, and the INTJ Challenge post is one of my favorite post topics. [...]
How to Be a Modern Princess: Etiquette for the INTJ Princess In this day and age, etiquette, and to be clear, I'm speaking of the proper sort, is well past being a dying art form. There are any number of reasons for the death of social niceties, most of which get trotted out on [...]
INTJ November 2017 Challenge Another month has gone by, and that means it’s time for another INTJ challenge. Last month’s challenge was to expand your world by getting to know someone you find difficult to read or understand. And let me say, it's quite the challenge for INTJs. With introverted Intuition, INTJs often get emotional [...]