By the time you are in your thirties, you’ve likely done a little soul searching, read your horoscope, done a few cosmo quizzes and have some idea what your best qualities are and where you’d like to improve. You likely know this about your spouse, too, and are starting to see your offsprings’ personalities bud with each excited gesture and pouty “NO!”
Knowing who you are and who you want to be is tough and it’s big business for many career counsellors, executives, psychologists, psychics and astrologists. Who and what you put your trust in is up to you.
Perhaps you’ve never done any formal personality assessments or maybe you’re sick of employers and teachers trying to smack another label on you. Your personality is complex regardless of how you define it. So with that in mind, we’ll attempt to scratch the surface of who we are with our Personality Salon.
We’ve decided to talk about some of the more well-known indicators such as Myers-Briggs, Keirsey Temperaments and Birth Order. There is, of course, debate about these methods. Some live by their MB letters and others discredit them as unscientific and useless. And we all know not all firstborns are leaders and not all last-borns are aimless. But it wouldn’t be a salon-worthy topic if we all thought the same thing!
Take a few minutes to figure out what all the “experts” are saying about you and your place in the world by browsing through some of our research. Who knows, maybe it’ll help you with your career, your relationships or your parenting style.
And let’s not forget the school of life. You probably know yourself from profound experiences and daily habits that can’t be indicated by anything other than your own heart and mind.