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Personality typologies are pretty fun. I always enjoy a chance to fill one out and hopefully learn something about myself, but unfortunately I always come up short. When the results come in, I am ALWAYS equally two different personalities. “You are both an I and a C” or a “Lion and a Dog” – There aren’t enough options! The first time I ever felt truly connected through participating in a personality inventory was by studying the Enneagram. Watch to find out more about this cool tool and the book that goes along with it in the video.
As I said, there are no quizzes or strange animals associated with your personality with this program. You get to PICK which personality best describes you (try it out yourself right here or here) and there are TONS of resources for the positives and negatives of each personality type to help you ‘cope’ with the cards you are dealt. :)
Which personality typology do you like the best?
How might you use this with your staff, students or even art department?
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