Inspiring Quotes!

Hey – what a fun list of quotes!

Simply Stupid


(This is really just me trying to get more posts on my website but I hope you enjoy)

“All these steps to go somewhere and I could just not walk and be farther.” -Bad Lip Reading

“PUT A HELMET ON!” -Brad Stine

“Yes, I am a professional smart alec Ladies and Gentlemen.” -Tim Hawkins

“Why does everything explode so easily?” -Heinz Doofenshmirtz

“You keep using that word, I do not think it means what you think it means.” -Inigo Montoya

“Bigger than a refrigerator but smaller than a really big refrigerator.” -Grandpa Fletcher

and that’s all I got, go, be inspired! I will likely add more later.

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People Sorting: An Interview With ‘Personality Brokers’ Author Merve Emre

This article is worth a read/skim for those of you interested in Myers-Briggs for character development. ~ MsG


Jessica Gross | Longreads | September 2018 | 23 minutes (5,900 words)

If you haven’t yet read Merve Emre’s writing on the history of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, you might assume that Myers and Briggs were men. In fact, as Emre documented first in a 2015 piece for Digg and with great depth in her new book The Personality Brokers: The Strange History of Myers-Briggs and the Birth of Personality Testing, the indicator was the brainchild of Katharine Cook Briggs and her daughter, Isabel Briggs Myers. Over the course of decades starting in the early twentieth century, and shaped by their interests in childrearing and the theories of Carl Jung—if not formal training in psychology—Katharine and Isabel created what has become one of our preeminent means of categorizing, and thus conceiving, people.

Though her writing ultimately accrues into a critique of the MBTI along several dimensions, including the way…

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