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Myers-Briggs

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Why Isn’t Cognitive Branding a Thing?

They’re Watching You . . . Whenever we play an app on our phone, check our e-mail, google something, make an online purchase, or physically go to the store, we are producing data.  I don’t mean to sound paranoid. I worked as a technical business analyst for two years – primarily in

INTJ Stereotypes, Always Uttori

INTJ Stereotypes I Don’t Like

INTJ Stereotypes I Don’t Like If you’re an INTJ, you’ve heard it all before. INTJs are . . . different. Unlike other Myers-Briggs types, this cognition style is above average intellect, below average social skills. Wait, what?  Who comes up with this stuff? Last week, I wrote about INTJ Stereotypes

INTJ stereotypes I secretly like: INTJ females are unicorns.

INTJ Stereotypes I Actually Kind of Like

Anyone who has read the About Me page on this blog knows that I am anti-stereotype, but here’s a confession: I actually like some of the INTJ stereotypes. Logically, I know that the stereotypes aren’t founded on incontrovertible truths, but some stereotypes have become INTJ memes/ inside jokes to our

Myers-Briggs Basics: MBTI and INTJ, working metal gears inside businessman head

Myers-Briggs Basics: Discussing MBTI and INTJ

For those who don’t know, MBTI is a personality test. I’m a total sucker for personality tests (those Buzzfeed quizzes are the bane of my existence).  When I was first introduced to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), I didn’t know it would change my life. For better or for worse,

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