How A Broken iPhone Illustrated Differences Between Judging & Perceiving

How A Broken iPhone Illustrated Differences Between Judging & Perceiving

Today’s post is about a broken iPhone, and a tale of two owners.   One owner is my girlfriend who has a judging preference (ISTJ), and myself (ENFP, Perceiving preference).  I know that those of you who are familiar with personality type are wondering how we make this combination work, here’s our secret sauce. While what I’m about to share is not indicative of all individuals with Judging and Perceiving preferences, I feel that our different approaches to getting our iPhones repaired are a cool illustration of the difference between a person who prefers judging vs. perceiving.

#FamousFriday: Putting the SP in Sport Infographic

#FamousFriday: Putting the SP in Sport Infographic

Hello all!  Welcome to this week's edition of #FamousFriday.  Today, I wanted to take a look at athletes with the Explorer Personality Style (personalities with a preference for Sensing & Perceiving), and look at how these preferences aids them in competition. 

#FamousFriday: Breaking Down the Griffin Family

#FamousFriday: Breaking Down the Griffin Family

This edition of #FamousFriday goes fictional as we profile one of America’s favorite families, the Griffins.  Family Guy is the creation of Seth McFarland, and chronicles the life of Peter Griffin and his family in the fictional town of Quahog, Rhode Island.   The Griffins are actually an interesting bunch, and I believe the combination of their personalities is what partly leads to their interesting adventures.