Last week, I started a deep analysis as to why Sephora’s retail atmosphere makes me, as an INTJ, want to run from the store screaming. If you missed Part One, check it out here. I’ll be honest, this was meant to be a one-off article; but I got carried away and this
Last week, we discussed using cognition awareness as an aspect of brand development. It’s one thing to theorize that cognition awareness can be an effective strategy in branding and retailing, but if we really examine why an awareness of cognition style matters, I think the ideas first presented in “Why
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
Previously, I shared Part One of my INTJ Paradox Aspire look. If you missed it, be sure to check it out here! Today I’m sharing the look that represents the “Angel” window dressing to my “dangerous” INTJ cognition. INTJ females, in particular, tend to have an aura of danger around them.
Paradox 1: About that Victorian Vamp Life This week, I’m sharing two ASPIRE looks. The two looks symbolize the paradoxical nature of certain MBTI types. If you’ve been in the MBTI community long enough, you’ll have seen posts about type contradictions or paradoxes. The two most common INTJ paradoxes that I’ve seen