Understand why you do what you do in less than 45 minutes!
This is a fun, quick course on how to understand yourself!
“There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that’s your own self.” – Aldous Huxley
Understanding yourself is super important especially in the busy, fast paced world we live in! By getting to know yourself better you can help your:
In this course, I will guide you through understanding your specific personality type! You will learn all about the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) which will give you a four letter personality type. There are 16 types total and you are one of them! By understanding your type, the MBTI will tell you how your type functions in society, under stress, in careers, etc. When you understand why you think the way you do, it makes it easier to pick the best situations and paths in life specific to your type!
These are the 16 types:
ISTJ - ISFJ - INFJ - INTJ
ISTP - ISFP - INFP - INTP
ESTP - ESFP - ENFP - ENTP
ESTJ - ESFJ - ENFJ - ENTJ
You will also understand your cognitive functions. Everyone uses these functions to make decisions and analyze the world! There are functions you are strong at and ones you are weak at, and this course will clarify those for you!
These are all the cognitive functions you will learn about:
In a nutshell, this course is for anyone who wants an interesting, scientific view on their personalities and on the personalities of the people around them!
Kelsea is a self taught app developer whose passion for computer science led her to launching her app "Hue!" Her biggest goal is to be self employed, and to achieve this she began a freelance blogging business and became knowledgeable in internet marketing and SEO. This eventually led her to achieving her long time goal of creating an app. After countless hours and many months, she successfully launched her app in the App Store. Kelsea was featured on Fox 13, has been on the front page of two newspapers, and was featured on the main page of TouchArcade. She continues to receive publicity for her accomplishments. Kelsea also enjoys psychology and has done research for over two years on the MBTI.