So, in true introvert fashion, I have recently gotten very into the BBC version of Sherlock starring Benedict Cumberbatch. Since I'm still relatively new to Typology (maybe a month or two into it at most) I wanted to test out my research by creating a theory to explain one of the more ambiguous...
Best Practices Do What?
Describes the issues
Describes how to best deal with it
Describes the reason
Tells how it works
Inform about tools needed
I recently became very interested in best practices in many areas of my life, be it using a certain...
First, I want to say how perfectly happy with who I am, I relish the uniqueness that comes with someone's own MBTI.
Now, I'm starting college soon, and I would like to learn from you strategist. I was wondering, how can I act more INTJ? How can I develop some of the traits?
Today, I realised something.
You have the right to screw up.
No one is allowed to violiate this right.
No one, not even yourself. You must invoke your right to screw up. You don't have to be perfect, and neither does what you make or do. So don't force yourself to -- don't violate your own...
I've been looking around in the net and it's a bit hard to come by a good list of motivational films. So I'm making this thread to find some suggestions for me and others interested in the same sort of film.
When I refer to motivational, I am referring to those kind of movies that make you jump...
I am a firm believer of things like yoga, meditation, and even Buddhism being a way of life, rather than a religious practice like some people believe. Meditation for me is a way of life. Does anyone practice meditation on a regular basis or interested in Buddhism? Buddhism is known for being a...