Find your ?Millionaire Code,? then your new career.
Yes, you can increase your earning power. Definitely live a happier, healthier, less stressful life. How? Change careers.
Take this test, start doing what you love today.
In ?The Millionaire Mind,? Thomas Stanley says ?Millionaires who have a high creative intelligence often make one very important career decision correctly: They select a vocation that provides them with enormous profits, and very often this same vocation is the one they love. Remember, if you love what you are doing, your productivity will be high and your specific form of creative genius will emerge.?
Stanley?s message cuts both ways: ?As most millionaires report, stress is a direct result of devoting a lot of effort to a task that?s not in line with one?s abilities. It?s more difficult, more demanding mentally and physically, to work at a vocation that?s unsuitable to your aptitude.?
Take this simple four-part test and find your four-letter ?Millionaire Code.? Then you can follow the links to all sixteen the Myers Briggs and discover some details on new career options that fit you.
The test is very simple, without psychological mumbo-jumbo. With each of the following four pairs, use your gut, pick the one letter that best fits you, not the way other people expect you to be at work, social gatherings, or even your family. You?ll sense the real you:
1. Extrovert or Introvert? (E or I)
Given a choice, what world do you prefer living in: We all want some of both, but Extroverts prefer interacting, socializing, talking and listening to people. Introverts prefer their own inner world ? time alone, reading, thinking quietly, living in their head, working things out before dealing with the real world.
2. Sensor or iNtuitive? (S or N)
How do you use information? We all use the five senses to get concrete data, from seeing, hearing, touch, taste, smell. However, the Sensor then compares new data to past information. Intuitives are future-oriented, they look beyond raw data for meaning, possibilities and abstractions. Sensors rely more on the data. An Intuitive relies more on hunches, concepts and inspirations.
3. Thinker or Feeler? (T or F)
How do you make decisions? Thinkers want to do what?s right, fair and just. They tend to be impersonal and impartial, using logic, rationality, reason. Feeling types are more subjective and personal, their decisions depend on individual values and empathy, on making themselves and others feel good at work, at home, in the world.
4. Judger or Perceiver? (J or P)
What daily lifestyle do you prefer? A Judger likes an orderly, organized life with schedules, plans, things-to-do, lists, tasks to accomplish, specific goals. Perceiving types value spontaneity and flexible goals, adapting easily to new situations They prefer keeping their options open in a changing environment, often till the last minute.
What?s your 4-letter ?Millionaire Code??
You can find details in your specific personality among the 16 Myers-Briggs types. Let?s start with the general categories with links to all 16 types, including your personality type.