When it comes to planning the next vacation, you quickly realize that people have very different ideas about what the perfect vacation looks like: A well-planned city vacation or a spontaneous last-minute booking, a creative retreat or a rather a festival with friends.
What you choose says a lot about your personality and your individual MBTI® type.
The key to understand personality
The MBTI® gives us the key to our own personality, a better understanding of our natural preferences, behaviors and interactions, so we can embark on a self-development journey. It also helps us view the world differently, understand other people better and fosters, therefore, greater awareness and effectiveness in building personal and professional relationships.
The MBTI® looks at personality types using four basic dimensions of individual preferences to create 16 personality type profiles:
- What you focus your attention on and where you get your energy from.
- The way you take in and process information.
- How you make decisions
- How you interact with the world
The typology of personality helps us to deeply understand why we are different and to have more sensitivity to others and diversity. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, one of the most respected and widely used personality development tools in the world, provides a strengths-based framework to enhance the quality of our interactions – at work and in our life.