Personality Lingo Blog Post Articles

personality preferences are a posteriori knowledge

Imagine you have never tasted ice cream before…

Your personality preferences are “a posteriori” knowledge, they are best discovered “after the fact or from experience” as you correlate the concepts with your observed feelings and behaviors.


Is my personality more than just a quiz result?

More than just a quiz result?

Translating personality concepts from paper to real life
While a single inventory can provide a certain snapshot into one’s
personality, a more rounded and thorough exploration emerges through Personality Lingo’s three-step process.


Personality Labels “Don’t put me in a box!”

“My typology is far rather a critical apparatus serving to sort out and organize the welter of empirical material, but not in any sense to stick labels on people at first sight.”

– Carl Jung

Neuroscience of Personality by Dario Nardi

Dario Nardi’s Neuroscience of Personality

“Temperament is useful because it names people’s core needs and values, describes how people go about getting their underlying needs and values met, and how they tend to reshape their environment and grow.”

– Dario Nardi

Were you born that way?
Ask any mother with more than one child, are their children’s personalities more similar or different? They will invariably answer that their children’s personalities are different and they could tell at birth!

Thinker personality style Halloween

How a Thinker Carves a Pumpkin

Of course there are many options when it comes to pumpkin carving, but for Thinkers it is a special occasion to pull out all of the stops and let their ingenuity show. Watch as NASA engineers transform pumpkins into technological works of art.


Connector-Thinker Communication

This very humorous video shows an exaggerated portrayal of a Connector and a Thinker attempting to communicate. See if you can identify which person is which personality. What are their motivations? What are they trying to accomplish?


Employee Satisfaction

A recent study by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has revealed the top factors that lead to employee satisfaction. As you read these, make a note how PERSONALITY STYLES & APPRECIATING DIFFERENCES contribute to employee satisfaction!