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Essential Secrets of Psychotherapy: Jung's Typology, Eudaemonology, and the Elusive Art of Happiness

Essential Secrets of Psychotherapy: Jung's Typology, Eudaemonology, and the Elusive Art of Happiness | Leadership, Innovation, and Creativity | Scoop.it
Why do introverts and extraverts have such difficulty relating to each other?

 

The terms "introvert" and "extravert" (note the proper spelling with a rather than o) were originally introduced by Swiss psychiatrist C.G. Jung in his now classic text Psychological Types (1921). People are sometimes surprised to learn that Jung's text is the basis for the popular Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).

 

Traditionally, because we in western culture tend to take a more extraverted orientation to life (as compared, for instance, to India and Asia), introverts have long been prejudicially perceived as being selfish, narcissistic, pathologically shy or even psychotic. But this sometimes vicious negative bias toward introverts and introversion has started to change lately, due in part to the... (Click title for more)


Via Bonnie Bright, Lynnette Van Dyke
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There are excellent points made. The point about introverts being labelled unfairly is accurate. It is how we re-charge our batteries. We like quiet in those moments.

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6 types of thinkers to seek for your team

6 types of thinkers to seek for your team | Leadership, Innovation, and Creativity | Scoop.it
For me, one of the worst feelings to have at the office is cerebral loneliness. I need the companionship of strong thinkers to spark my own mind. Brilliant ideas are rarely born in isolation, and

Via Maria Lopez Alvarado, MBA, Sharrock
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It is interesting that compliance was not big on this list. It seems other things than blindly following are important.

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