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The Surprising Science Behind What Music Does To Our Brains

The Surprising Science Behind What Music Does To Our Brains | Personality Type and Temperament | Scoop.it
You're probably listening to music in your headphones at work right now. Whether you are powering through your to-do list or brainstorming creative...

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Personality Type seems to be everywhere these days, now a study on personality traits (different from type) and the music we listen to. I love Jazz, makes sense with my preference for extraverted intuiting (MBTI)

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No, Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type Does Not Determine Your Wealth - Huffington Post

No, Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type Does Not Determine Your Wealth - Huffington Post | Personality Type and Temperament | Scoop.it
No, Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type Does Not Determine Your Wealth Huffington Post You see, wealthy people have wealth because of their personality type, as determined by what's known as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, reports Fani Kelesidou in...
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Irene Anderson's curator insight, December 4, 2013 5:52 PM

This article and the one that spawned it are the reason why people need to work with a professional who knows MBTI and temperament. It'd not 'zodiac sprinkled with science'. MBTI and other instruments are scientifically and empirically based. I would agree however, as a Type Professional that to limit one's success (whatever that means to the individual) based upon one's type would be foolish indeed. Any type can be a millionaire or a pauper - it's all about choices.

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How to find the right employee balance through personality 'colours' - Real Business

How to find the right employee balance through personality 'colours' - Real Business | Personality Type and Temperament | Scoop.it
How to find the right employee balance through personality 'colours'
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Jung deduced a categorisation of distinct personality types based on his observations and studies of people.
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There is an even simpler way to build better teams, not through recruitment necessarily, but through tapping into the team's talents and strengths using temperament - a simple four colour method called Personality Dimensions. Coupled with a solid team program called 'Relationshifts' - you can creat high performing teams.

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No, Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type Does Not Determine Your Wealth - Huffington Post

No, Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type Does Not Determine Your Wealth - Huffington Post | Personality Type and Temperament | Scoop.it
No, Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type Does Not Determine Your Wealth Huffington Post You see, wealthy people have wealth because of their personality type, as determined by what's known as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, reports Fani Kelesidou in...
Irene Anderson's insight:

This article and the one that spawned it are the reason why people need to work with a professional who knows MBTI and temperament. It'd not 'zodiac sprinkled with science'. MBTI and other instruments are scientifically and empirically based. I would agree however, as a Type Professional that to limit one's success (whatever that means to the individual) based upon one's type would be foolish indeed. Any type can be a millionaire or a pauper - it's all about choices.

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