This article is both fun to read and very helpful because it not only advises to use our personality traits but shows how to do that. Very useful and I found quite a few of my bad and good habits in there. Thanks very much!
I really enjoyed this but I'm not sure how I can apply it. It did help me see that by nature I'm an introverted, analytical planner but if things don't go exactly how I think they "should" I swing in the entirely opposite direction.
I teach the Jung Personality theory mirrored in this article to my college students in the context of their personal study habits, interactions with professors, and basic behaviors that lead to success or failure in the college setting. I never thought that much about applying the same strategy to my personal weight struggles. I will be taking the time to think about this and am glad I stumbled across this article on the start page!
8/11/2010 11:47:08 AM
I liked this article. It made me realize somethings that I already knew about myself but blew off. Like waiting to document my foods eaten, exercise, etc until I can figure out how to make the chart "Just Right"! I now will make a simple basic chart to document my info and tweak it as I go, instead of putting it off and not documenting anything. I know this will be a big help. Thanks
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