Creative You: Using Your Personality Type to Thrive by David B Goldstein & Otto Kroeger talks about identifying your personality. The book is divided in 3 different sections.
The first section gives one a clear idea what is creativity and helps you identify your personal creative preferences. One also gets to learn about his/her full profile of individual preferences and temperaments.
The second sections lists down the 16 personality types where one gets to learn their strengths and weaknesses. Blind spots are listed out and tips are given on how to boost creativity.
In the third section the authors show how you can use your creativity to thrive and for maximum effect.
First of all you will need to analyze and figure out what your personality type is before locating the correct section to read through.
It was interested to read and look at the personality types of my boys in relation to me and how I could help to develop their creativity.
Based on the descriptions here are the classifications which I derived.
Monkey Boy- ENFJ
Doggie Boy- INFP
Having both introvert and extrovert kid makes it difficult to create a home environment that is conclusive for both boys to develop their creative sides. However the explanations and tips given within the book do help me understand them better and give me an idea on how to guide each one of them.
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