My son sent us a text message of this Awkward Yeti comic about New Year’s resolutions. He is a total ENFP on the Myers Briggs Temperament, so I think he was letting us know how he was feeling about the coming year.
Photo/comic credit: The Awkward Yeti, featuring the Heart and Brain
As you think about your New Year’s resolutions, consider your personality. It can give you insights into the kind of goals you set for the new year. Understanding your Temperament Type will also give you self-awareness about your strengths and challenges you will face as you launch into the new year.
If you know your Temperament Type, you can relate to some of the articles below. If you don’t know your Type, go to 16 Personalities for a free, simple and quick personality test. Then find your Type in the articles below.
PersonalityGrowth.com presents the best New Year’s Resolution for each Myers-Briggs personality type.
Though Catalog offers a funny look in: What Happens When Each Myers-Briggs Temperament Type Makes a New Year’s Resolution. Funny, but true! #LaughLoudly
MBTI Today offers more explanation of the 16 temperament types. #LearnContinously
Happy New Year! May your goals and resolutions come true this year.
If you are into working at some New Year’s goals for change, you might want to check out these resources:
Upward in 2014 (Motivation to take things UP in the New Year-applies for 2016 also).