Divide And Conquer Washing curly hair is the part where we make major mistakes. We put too little product and are rub the product too aggressively. As a result, when you step out of the shower your hair is a tangled mess. To keep your hair tangle-free, brush your hair before wash and while washing section your hair and apply the product. Be very gentle with your hair and do not forget to condition your hair. When you are done washing, don't dry your hair aggressively. Use an old t-shirt to remove the excess water. … [Read more...] about Enjoy Tangle-Free Curly Hair With These Smart Hacks
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First, please take a moment to consider what you think the most crucial trait might be. Are you thinking about self-confidence, decisiveness, wisdom, resilience, charisma, Type A personalty, grit, something about intelligence, something from Myers-Briggs, or something from the Big 5? I nominate something different: the “free trait.” Cambridge Professor Brian Little writes about this concept, based on his decades of studying the psychology of pursuing personal goals and projects. … [Read more...] about This Could Be the Most Important Personality Trait. Really.
Carl Jung used his clinical observations and unquestioned brilliance to conceive of eight types (today referred to as “cognitive functions”). Jung published his type theory in Psychological Types – first translated into English in 1923. It was from this book and Jung’s theory that Katherine Briggs formed and Isabel Myers’ refined their Type Indicator. Scientific-best-practice puts theory ahead of testing; because data obtained without an established theoretical framework is easily interpreted with bias. Eyesnck (1992) had this to say about the Big Five’s lack of a theoretical basis: “I am suggesting that in the absence of a nomological network, and lacking any theoretical underpinning, the [Big Five] interpretation is subjective, contestable, and hence unscientific." This is not a criticism that can be levied against the MBTI given its deep theoretical roots. … [Read more...] about In Defense of the Myers-Briggs