I was recently talking to a friend about writing, and she said she never considered herself a writer because she isn’t interested in the mechanics of writing. She is a voracious reader, though, and she enjoys coming up with stories. This got me thinking about the different kinds of people that are drawn, in one … Continue reading Scribblers, Storytellers, and Authors: Which Are You?
I had some interesting discussions with local extroverts and introverts in response to my post last week, “Why I Don’t Believe in Ambiverts?, and I have crystallized the rest of my theory on personality categories. Basically, there is a gradient, from the extraverted-side of things to the introverted-side, with four categories between them. Here is … Continue reading The Four ‘Verts
People are like tapestries, made of so many threads that, by the time you finish classifying and dissecting, you might as well have created a custom spot for each of us, with our name on it, because you can’t pigeonhole people. That being said, there are some useful categories which help us understand those who … Continue reading Why I Don’t Believe in Ambiverts