Author: Ann Smith

Understanding the ISTJ Personality Type

Any close friend or family member of the Logistician who has a hard time making decisions often finds the Logistician helping them to make up their mind. Also, the decisions made by a Logistician are well thought out and all the facts have been carefully considered. You can trust a Logistician to make a good and balanced choice based upon facts.

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Understanding The ISFJ Personality Type

The ISFJ is also referred to as the Defender.  These people are highly dedicated and practical individuals.  The ISFJ is the most common personality type with 13% of people having it.  ISFJ stands for Introverted, Observant, Feeling, and Judging.

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Understanding The INFP Personality Type

Knowing when to hold their tongue and bite their lip is a strong suit of the INFP. The Mediator tends to be the quiet one of your friend group. See that wallflower standing alone at your party? How about that one student in class that never raises their hand except when they have something smart to say?

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Understanding the ESFP Personality Type

Part of the Entertainer’s personality is not being able to stay on task for long term projects. Focusing on the big picture and seeing what needs to be done down the road to maintain their lifestyle or current status in work or life is not a strong suit for our ESFP friends

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Understanding The INTP Personality Type

If you are a Logician or wanting to understand one then one of the most important things you need to know is that they do have the Introvert trait. Even though Logicians love to use their minds they also need alone and downtime. As with any introvert, too much stimulation will overload them causing unneeded and undue stress, anxiety, and create

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What is a Shine Buzz?

How It Works

“Everything is energy. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.”

~Albert Einstein

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