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If the viral Buzzfeed-style personality quizzes are any indication, we are collectively obsessed with the idea of defining and knowing ourselves and our unique place in the world. But what we're finding is this: knowing which Harry Potter character you are is easy, but actually knowing yourself isn't as simple as just checking a few boxes on an online quiz. For readers who long to dig deeper into what makes them uniquely them (and why that matters), popular blogger Anne Bogel has done the hard part--collecting, exploring, and explaining the most popular personality frameworks, such as Myers-Briggs, StrengthsFinder, Enneagram, and others. She explains to readers the life-changing insights that can be gained from each and shares specific, practical real-life applications across all facets of life, including love and marriage, productivity, parenting, the workplace, and spiritual life. In her friendly, relatable style, Bogel shares engaging personal stories that show firsthand how understanding personality can revolutionize the way we live, love, work, and pray.… (més)
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Títol:Reading People: How Seeing the World through the Lens of Personality Changes Everything
Autors:Anne Bogel (Autor)
Informació:Baker Books (2017), 224 pages
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Actually a really good overview of many different personality tests. I’m going to go back to the book itself as the audiobook lost me in later chapters (it was impossible for me to understand all the MBTI stuff). Also I’m glad there wasn’t any Jesus stuff in it considering it’s produced by a Christian publisher. ( )
  spinsterrevival | Aug 17, 2020 |
Very interesting and well written. I enjoyed learning more about the subject. ( )
  joliek | Oct 20, 2019 |
I love Ann Bogel's podcast "What Should I Read Next" and her eBook deals on her blog Modern Mrs Darcy. I'm actually not the hugest fan of her style of writing on the blog (sorry Anne!), but I love following her everywhere else online (is that weird?). Anyway, this is her first book, and it's about personalities, which I love studying. I was curious to see if I would like her book-writing style since I wasn't a huge fan of her blog-writing style. Needless to say, I was pleasantly surprised and excited that I enjoyed this book.

I definitely recommend more in-depth analysis of the personality typing systems she recommends here if you want to learn more (The Road Back to You is a fantastic enneagram book), but as a general overview, Reading people is certainly helpful. I also learned some things I didn't know before - I've never heard of HSPs (Highly Sensitive People) before, and I also really enjoyed her section on introverts and extroverts. There was also more analysis into Meyers-Briggs than I have explored before. Overall, if you're a personality junkie or don't know what personality typing system might best suit your needs, this is a good overview book. ( )
  melissa_faith | Mar 16, 2019 |
This is a popular introduction to the various types of personality classifications, but which is quite well written and engaging. Bogel starts off by looking at the MBTI and particularly;ar;y introverts vs. extroverts. I was interested where she figured out one of her daughters needed a more introverted church in which to worship (in fact, an Episcopal Church). /the stacking of the MBTI is well described and worth the book. But the does have the Enneagram which I am attracted to. I found it interesting to look at Kiersey temperaments and the Clifton StrengthsFinder. ( )
  vpfluke | Dec 19, 2018 |
I love the way this author breaks down personality typing. She presents a few different styles, like Myers Briggs and explains how they work and how they can help you. She encourages people to use personality typing to learn their strengths and weaknesses and name changes. ( )
  bookworm12 | Nov 23, 2018 |
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If the viral Buzzfeed-style personality quizzes are any indication, we are collectively obsessed with the idea of defining and knowing ourselves and our unique place in the world. But what we're finding is this: knowing which Harry Potter character you are is easy, but actually knowing yourself isn't as simple as just checking a few boxes on an online quiz. For readers who long to dig deeper into what makes them uniquely them (and why that matters), popular blogger Anne Bogel has done the hard part--collecting, exploring, and explaining the most popular personality frameworks, such as Myers-Briggs, StrengthsFinder, Enneagram, and others. She explains to readers the life-changing insights that can be gained from each and shares specific, practical real-life applications across all facets of life, including love and marriage, productivity, parenting, the workplace, and spiritual life. In her friendly, relatable style, Bogel shares engaging personal stories that show firsthand how understanding personality can revolutionize the way we live, love, work, and pray.

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