13 minutes | Apr 13th 2020

Personality and Coronavirus

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Carl Jung theorized that personality is inherent and changes very little over time. Yet we as human beings are constantly changing and adapting, as the recent COVID-19 pandemic has shown. These difficult times have presented us with a choice: we can choose to believe in our shared strength, respond with generosity, and become more resilient in the face of crisis. This cannot happen without awareness of our own strengths and blind spots. Tune in to hear Edythe talk about what part the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator plays in overcoming coronavirus.Previous episodes cited include:* Thinking and Feeling Misconceptionshttps://atopcareer.com/thinking-and-feeling-misconceptions/* Perceivers and Time Managementhttps://atopcareer.com/perceivers-and-time-management/-------------Myers-Briggs Question Corner is the weekly MBTI career podcast brought to you by DC Metro Career Counselor Edythe Richards.Edythe is the creator of A Top Career - a web site which specializes in helping people back into work.Find out more at www.atopcareer.comOur Spreaker Podcastshttps://www.spreaker.com/show/the-journey-forwardhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/myers-briggs-question-cornerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/myers-briggs-mid-life-career-changers
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