Myers-Briggs was founded by, unsurprisingly, two people named Myers and Briggs. Katharine Cook Briggs and her daughter Isabel Briggs Meyers began to research personalities as Isabel searched for a husband.
They weren’t psychologists, but they drew from the writings of C...
I hesitated because I knew it could easily become an entire book instead of just a short blog post. But I’ve limited myself to just a few hundred words, so hopefully you’ll stick around to the end to see what happens.
Hey folks, this is your friendly INFJ writer reporting from a downtown Kansas City Starbucks at 7:40 on a Monday night. I’m currently procrastinating Biology, so I thought this would be an excellent moment to write about FOCUS. #ironicsarcasm
My head is a spiral of things to do, places to be, memories from the past few weeks. It’s been a whirlwind, what with starting an internship at the State Capitol, studying for 3+ AP exams, and prioritizing my creative side as well.
Over the next few days, I’ve made it a goal to post a short message/thought/realization on the blog at least every other day. Don’t worry; I’ll still be updating the Mug Life series and the Action vs Word series. There will just be even more content in between! Enjoy.
Lately, I’ve been watching a few videos from a source called Ascension Presents. They’re a Catholic organization, but most of their videos are ecumenical. They deliver great messages in a fun, easy-to-understand sort of way. Father Mike Schmitz is their main video-make...