- Is your work truly your vocation?
- Have you discovered your own personal gifts?
- Do you have a need to strive for balance and harmony?
“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”—Howard Thurman
Your personality is a unique gift you possess to share with the world and those around you. How you gather information and make decisions, how you approach critical human activities impacts your personal (life) and professional (work) successes and failures.
Personal discovery through the Myers-Brigg Type Inventory® is a foundation for elevating your level of awareness by understanding your preferences for interacting with the world and enhancing your understanding of the eight mental functions or type dynamics.
Through this journey of awareness and development, you will identify your most natural mental functions as well as those functions that are less accessible. Through this process, you may find acceptance of who you are and maximize your potential to cope, survive and enrich your daily life and to achieve what is most important to you. In short, you discover your passion and spirit.
There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that’s your own self.
As you continue on your personal journey, you will come to understand your dominant or most natural functions that you show the world, and those mental functions that need development. By developing processes for decision making, problem-solving and managing conflict, you will deepen your relationships with friends, family and loved ones as you gain understanding of yourself
“We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give” – Winston Churchill
For many people, work is life. It’s self-expression. It’s the avenue to contribute unique gifts and achieve personal results from this contribution. The Myers Brigg Type Inventory® will help you determine a career path that is suited to your personality type, assist you in understanding and enhancing work relationships and identify and develop potential skills for career growth.