What Type Am I?: The Myers-Brigg Type Indication Made Easy

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What Type Am I?: The Myers-Brigg Type Indication Made Easy

What Type Am I?: The Myers-Brigg Type Indication Made Easy By Renee Baron What Type Am I The Myers Brigg Type Indication Made Easy Based on the classic personality test taken by millions annually this book will help you to assess your individual preferences in four basic areas how you relate to the world take in information ma

  • Title: What Type Am I?: The Myers-Brigg Type Indication Made Easy
  • Author: Renee Baron
  • ISBN: 9780140269413
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
  • What Type Am I?: The Myers-Brigg Type Indication Made Easy By Renee Baron Based on the classic personality test taken by millions annually, this book will help you to assess your individual preferences in four basic areas how you relate to the world, take in information, make decisions, and manage your life Now a family therapist explains this fascinating system in a way that is entertaining and easy to absorb Renee Baron takes on the complexBased on the classic personality test taken by millions annually, this book will help you to assess your individual preferences in four basic areas how you relate to the world, take in information, make decisions, and manage your life Now a family therapist explains this fascinating system in a way that is entertaining and easy to absorb Renee Baron takes on the complexity of the sixteen personality types and makes them accessible, so you can comprehend them, find your own type, and use the knowledge to enrich your own life Here is information about individual strengths and weaknesses along with suggestions for personal growth and awareness Whether you are a duty seeker or an action seeker, a knowledge seeker or an ideal seeker, What Type Am I is insightful, helpful, encouraging, and an eminently useful step in helping you appreciate your strengths and apply them to work, love, and life.
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    1. Esteban del Mal on said:

      What s to say At my worst I m hypersensitive, overly emotional, judgmental, impractical, unrealisitic, and self absorbed I don t wanna talk about it.

    2. Jasmine Teed on said:

      This book really helped me to understand the different types than any other books or websites I read before I ve been interested in Myers Briggs types for a while and had done a lot of research, done online tests and even a professional administered one, but after reading this book I finally felt like I really understood what the different modes meant and how to best use my own instinctive ways of reacting, taking in information, relating, organizing myself etc It s also great for understanding [...]

    3. Charmaine E. Pooh on said:

      Great insight on Jung, Myers, and Keirsey Specifically geared toward teenagers Excellent reference to have Includes what I ve seen to be the best and most accurate temperament sorter Sorter is especially good for people who have not studied psychology and so don t recognize the context of words used in KTS II or MBTI At least I ve found it to be the most accurate for my friends, family, and colleagues The descriptions though are definitely geared to teenagers.

    4. Rift Vegan on said:

      I read this book for work, and I never would have picked it up unless forced to I am a Introvert Sensing Thinking Perceiving type But in the big scheme of things, that s not very interesting

    5. Autumn on said:

      As this book points out, INFJs have a fundamental need to understand themselves and the people and all the relationships and the dynamics around them So obviously I enjoyed this guide to the MBTI personality types It s not the first Myers Briggs resource I ve investigated and of course won t be the last, but it was definitely a handy breakdown of the system, with quizzes and tips to help you determine your type, and in depth summaries of each type with tips for relating to other types, advice fo [...]

    6. Veronika Iris on said:

      Very compact and informative, sadly nothing about the functions, which I personally think are the most important part of the MBTI But it s very well written, funny and engaging and very easy to get into Also the little comic strips are really neat So 4 stars.

    7. Sarah on said:

      I got What Type Am I Discover Who You Really Are by Renee Baron out of the library before I went on vacation and read it at the beach I love personality theories they re fascinating to me Baron s book is an easy to access version of David Keirsey s Please Understand Me II, which was based on the classic Meyers Briggs Type Indicator Please Understand Me II was my first introduction to personality types when I borrowed it off of my dad s bookshelf when I was in junior high It is a fascinating book [...]

    8. Ellen on said:

      This book helped me understand the basics of Myers Briggs, but I found it somewhat limited I still have not accounted for why I am Introvert dominant, but often have extrovert tendenies I plan to read on in this subject area The author also introduces a little bit of David Keirsey s theories on personality Please Understand Me, etc , as well as the ancient study of the Enneagram, which I knew very little about Older readers and students of psychology and personality will enjoy the appendix whic [...]

    9. Cale on said:

      This is an interesting, fairly casual introduction to Myers Briggs Personality Types, mixed with Temperaments I d never come across the Temperaments approach before, but it doesn t add a whole lot just categorizes types into four archetypes The information is geared to families, although it does include some reference to work impact as well There s also a section at the very end about Enneagrams that just kind of feels thrown in Again, somewhat useful but not deep enough to really go anywhere.I [...]

    10. Gabriela on said:

      This was, like, the dreamiest textbook you d ever want easy to read, informative enough though not too in depth, illustrative and straight forward The preference tests made it easy and fun to pinpoint specific types for different people in my life which really appealed to the non dominant Thinker in me , and the suggestions and comics were useful and amusing A small criticism would be that I wish it d had a deeper analysis or perhaps a bit science without becoming too obtuse But as a fun activi [...]

    11. Kalena on said:

      Nonfiction This book covers the well known Myers Briggs Type Indicator Although it was not new information, I enjoyed her format and handling of the material Helped me review principles regarding working with differences in personality Useful illustrations and great quotes to live by There is to life than increasing its speed Mahatma Gandhi Recommend for those interested in this subject.

    12. Nicole on said:

      so far ive only read about myself and my boyfriends types but they are either dead on or kinda off i really like it tho because it gives u tips with how to get along with that type of personality the pictures are also great and give me a good understanding of things lol i think i will read the rest of personalitys and try to think of people who are like them i am ISTJ

    13. K.E. Garvey on said:

      For anyone interested in human nature why we act the way we act and behavior, this is the book for you Written in layman s terms, you don t need a degree to follow through each section I use it for reference in my creative writing, but anyone who reads it will walk away with a better understanding of what makes us tick Would recommend.

    14. Jennifer Beall on said:

      I am a psychotherapist and a certified MBTI practitioner I often recommend this as one of the first MBTI books to read, because it is concise, easy to understand, and has helpful illustrative cartoons.

    15. Melissa on said:

      An interesting, quick read on personality types and how they relate to various aspects of your life including work, relationships and parenting.

    16. Michelle Bai on said:

      It s a fun book to read, and there are some tests that you can take to get to know yourself better.

    17. Stephanie on said:

      This book was great at pointing out that the MBTI personality types are a way to describe and understand different types or people, but not a permanent label with which to fix on anyone.

    18. Alicia on said:

      Accessible, practical and fun to read was this written by an ISFJ

    19. Leah on said:

      A pretty good general introduction to Jung and MBTI Especially useful if you are not sure of your own type Very general knowledge so not for advanced readers.

    20. Dayla on said:

      Myers Brigg is always interesting to me, especially the difference between people who need closure the J s of the world and those who don t the P s.

    21. Tori on said:

      I love this test, and I enjoyed the book version than the free tests available on the internet.

    22. Leah on said:

      Very easy read about the Myers Briggs personality typing Peter and I were enlightened to find out that we are actually opposite personalities Hmm

    23. Maria Connor on said:

      A fun book on personality types with some different twists I will use this as my base for a MOPS talk this spring Thanks for the loan, Leah

    24. Judy on said:

      Very accessible and easy to read book on a subject I always find interesting The whole family had fun with this one.

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