The Power of Personality in Well-ageing: Your MBTI® Wellness Type

Wellness concerns all domains of life; so does personality type. Do you know how to use that knowledge?

The Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator (MBTI®), developed by Isabel Briggs-Myers and her mother, Katharine Briggs, is based on Carl Jung’s theory of personality types. Designed to identify a person’s personality type, strengths, and preferences, the MBTI® is used by corporations, public sector organizations, universities, spiritual groups, counselors, coaches, therapists and millions of individuals, and is the most widely used instrument of its kind.

My personal and professional experience taught me the power of MBTI® in business, but more importantly, I learned the power of MBTI® in personal well-ageing. Type knowledge helps us to embrace our unique strengths, identify opportunities for growth, and find our well-ageing bliss.

I created the YOUR MBTI® WELLNESS TYPE workshop to share with you the power of personality type in becoming your best you. It provides opportunity for personal discovery & validation of your type preferences, creating the space for access & release of your inherent energy for being your best self.

Your personality type predisposes you to prefer certain ways of dealing with yourself and others on both internal and external levels. When you don’t understand those preferences you can experience extreme frustration, miscommunication, and missed opportunities for health, wellness, and well-ageing. A blindness to your own personality preferences can especially thwart success when you attempt to change habits related to how you care for aspects of your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual self.

Our physical wellness can benefit greatly from seeing our behaviors and thoughts from type perspective — and then taking responsibility for knowing and developing our blind spots, plus taking best advantage of our better developed & honed natural preferences.

Won’t you join me for this unique exploration into personality type and wellness?

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