The classic Myers-Briggs 16-type personality test is one of the most popular and renowned personality profiling systems. With over 88 percent of the Fortune 500 currently using it, it holds the crown as the choice questionnaire for people development and team-fit processes worldwide.
There’s a lot of growing awareness around high sensitivity these days, but what about high sensation seeking? Hold up, isn’t that pretty much the opposite of sensitivity — loud and clear?
Maybe you're a fresh graduate, or maybe you're simply seeking a career change, but it always stings when you scroll through Indeed and Glassdoor only to stumble across the words: “five years of experience required.”
Let's get this (career) party started.
Before you know it, summer is going to be here, and that means spending days drinking iced coffee, vacationing with your family – oh, and also interning at the company of your dreams.
This is a pair of kooky, tireless rebels (not by choice, but by nature) who give no attitude to rules or regulations, and happily march to the beat of their own drums. Honest and unapologetically individualistic, they have zero interest in abiding to the system or fitting the mould.
She might be sitting near the back of the room, near the edges. Not all the way back, because that would increase the likelihood of being called upon. She appears indifferent to her surroundings, possibly indulged in a new book or theory (or most likely having a long-winded argument against herself).
The first image that pops into mind is a relaxed person lounging around in PJs with a coffee in hand and a laptop sprawled on the couch. Contrary to popular belief, remote work is anything but a vacation. In reality, remote work requires enormous amounts of time management, communication, and independence skills.
Music is often associated with downtime relaxation, but it can easily double-up as a study aid (win-win!). There are already dozens of great ‘study playlists’ curated by Spotify and Youtube, but have you heard about some other underrated tunes and soundscapes?