* Which personality types are they happy to encounter on their road through life and which ones do they avoid? What kind of friends, life partners and parents do they make? How are they perceived by others?
* What are their vocational predispositions? What sort of work environments allow them to function most effectively? Which careers best suit their personality type?
* What are their strengths and what do they need to work on? How can they make the most of their potential and avoid pitfalls?
* Which famous people fall within a particular personality type?
* Which nation displays the most features characteristic of a given type
ID16 is a personality typology which draws on the theory developed by Carl Gustav Jung. Typologies formulated on the basis of Jung’s theory are widely used in teaching, training, coaching and human resource management, as well as in career and relationship counselling. They also form a basis for numerous programmes supporting personal development and improving interpersonal relationships. The majority of global businesses employ Jungian personality tests as a standard tool in their recruitment procedures and vocational development processes.
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A sweet romance short story with dogs
Thirty-four-year-old Ashley Madison is a freelance web designer working part time at the local Italian restaurant. After breaking up with her unfaithful boyfriend Spencer, she lives a dull and unsatisfying life. She shares it with her female Irish Setter Violet and animals from the local animal shelter where Ashley volunteers.
Ashley’s life is turned upside down when her dog is almost ran over by Matt Hansen, a thirty-seven-year-old retired wealthy businessman who has just moved to the small town of Maple Hills.
Will Ashley be able to overcome her distrust of men, call off the dogs and let Matt enter her life?
A Dog’s Life is the third book in the "Lucky Dog" romance series, which feature dogs as main characters. Each book tells a different story and can be enjoyed without reading the other titles.
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I want to challenge your thinking.
Do you consider introversion a roadblock that holds you back when socializing? Do you feel you’ll never become good at making friends or getting to know new people because introverts can’t possess these skills? Do you think there are very few ways to socialize outside of partying?
You’re mistaken, and I wrote this book to tell you why.
How to Make Friends as an Introvert will help you discover:
- 5 strengths of introverts and how to use them when socializing. Just one of these strengths can make you MUCH better at socializing than an average extrovert. (Chapter 2)
- 5 weaknesses of introverts and how to avoid letting them affect your life. Learning about just one of these limitations (which is the key to a happy social life as an introvert) will help you dramatically improve your social life. (Chapter 3)
- 21 ways to meet new people. They are divided into three groups suitable for introverts with various levels of self-confidence and social skills. No matter who you are, you’ll discover at least a few new ways to meet new people. (Chapter 4)
- the blueprint on how to talk with strangers. You’ll learn how to chat people up and how to take it from “hi” to a deep conversation. You’ll also learn how to deal with small talk (hint: it’s all about asking the right questions) and how to be a good conversationalist. (Chapter 5)
- how to develop a friendship. Introverts can actually be much better at developing strong relationships than extroverts. You’ll discover how to pick the right friend, how to manage your social energy and how to be a good friend. (Chapter 6)
- 5 most important social skills every introvert should master. These five simple skills have a huge influence on your social life. Learn what they are and how to improve them. (Chapter 7)
- 4 behaviors to avoid. You may display some of these behaviors and put people off without even being aware of it. (Chapter 8)
If you’re ready to get your thinking challenged, click the buy button now. I’m sure the advice from this book will change your beliefs and help you become better at socializing.
P.S. As a thank-you gift for buying my book, you’ll also get access to a completely free ebook, The Introvert’s Guide to Happines.
Note: Page count taken from the 5x8 print version of the book.
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