Remember from Type Dynamics that each of one of us either extraverts our Judging (T or F) function or our Perceiving (S or N) function—and we introvert the other of these functions. The last letter of your Type (J or P) indicates which function you extravert. This is therefore the function the
The Destroyer Gets a Bum Rap
In my work with Narrative Intelligence, whenever I work with the Archetypes from the PMAI (Pearson Marr Archetype Indicator) , one archetype consistently gets the lowest score: The Destroyer. Often symbolized by death and destruction, the Destroyer’s story is the narrative of closure, termination,
Lincoln – The Independent Thinker
(EQ-i elements on display: Independence and Assertiveness) The EQ-i model of emotional intelligence contains two elements rooted in the expression of our thoughts, needs and feelings—Independence and Assertiveness. Independence relates to the ability or tendency to be autonomous in our thinking and
Why use Temperament over Type?
OKA Intro to Judging-Perceiving
OKA's Hile Rutledge introduces the Judging-Perceiving dichotomy from the Myers-Briggs® model in his usual clear, compelling, informative way.