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August, 2006

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    Temper Temper Temperament

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    As I've talked about before , one of my current areas of study is personality types. In particular, of late I've been reading up on the Myers-Brigg Type Indicator and Keirsey Temperament Sorter. Isabel Myers herself noticed large similarities between...
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    Ideaful Idealists

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    The last of Keirsey's Four Temperaments is the Idealist. Recall that Idealists - or NFs - tend to be abstract in their thinking and communication and cooperative in their use of tools. As a result, they tend to excel at diplomacy. The Idealist bucket...
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    Irrational Rationals

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    Continuing on with Keirsey's Four Temperaments , I'll do one post each going into the details of each temperament. I'll start with the Rationals, just because that's what I am (barely). Recall that Rationalists - or NTs - tend to be abstract in their...
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    Artful Artisans

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    Today I'll cover the Artisan Temperament . Recall that Artisans - or SPs - tend to be concrete in their thinking and communication and utilitiarian in their use of tools. As a result, they tend to excel at tactics. The Artisan bucket contains a smaller...
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    Guardians At The Gate

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    Today's Temperament is the Guardian. Recall that Guardians - or SJs - tend to be concrete in their thinking and communication and cooperative in their use of tools. As a result, they tend to excel at logistics. The Guardian bucket contains a smaller...
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    Eight Miles An Hour

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    Today I Trikked the Burke-Gilman (left half of my route) and Sammamish River (right half of my route) trails from Volunteer Park (lower left-hand corner) to Microsoft's Redmond Campus (lower right-hand corner). [With a slight detour (i.e., I got lost...
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