Do what you are : discover the perfect career for you through the secrets of personality type / Paul D. Tieger and Barbara Barron-Tieger.

By: Tieger, Paul DContributor(s): Barron-Tieger, BarbaraMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: Boston : Little, Brown, c2001Edition: 3rd edDescription: xviii, 386 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 0316880655 (pbk.); 9780316880657 (pbk.); 0316890790; 9780316890793Subject(s): Personality and occupation | Myers-Briggs Type Indicator | Vocational guidanceDDC classification: 155.2/64 | 331.702 LOC classification: BF698.9.O3 | T54 2001
Contents:
pt. 1. Unlocking the secrets of personality type -- 1. Suit yourself : the secret of career satisfaction -- 2. Just who do you think you are? : discovering your personality type -- 3. Mirror, mirror : verifying your personality type -- pt. 2. The "fourmula" for career satisfaction -- 4. What a character! : the four different temperaments -- 5. Who's on first? : identifying your innate strengths -- 6. The way you do the things you do : which strengths you share and which you use privately -- 7. Aged to perfection : developing your abilities over time -- pt. 3. Getting to work -- 8. ENFJ : "the public relations specialists" -- 9. INFJ : "catalysts for positive change" -- 10. ENFP : "anything's possible" -- 11. INFP : "still waters run deep" -- 12. ENTJ : "everything's fine--I'm in charge" -- 13. INTJ : "competence + independence = perfection" -- 14. ENTP : "life's entrepreneurs" -- 15. INTP : "ingenious problem solvers" -- 16. ESTJ : "taking care of business" -- 17. ISTJ : "take your time and do it right" -- 18. ESFJ : "what can I do for you?" -- 19. ISFJ : "on my honor, to do my duty..." -- 20. ESTP : "let's get busy!" -- 21. ISTP : "doing the best I can with what I've got" -- 22. ESFP : "don't worry--be happy!" -- 23. ISFP : "it's the thought that counts" -- 24. Putting it all together : creating your personal career plan -- 25. For career professionals only -- Some final thoughts and resources.
Summary: Helps readers discover and identify their personality type and use this information to find the appropriate career.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 376-379) and index.

pt. 1. Unlocking the secrets of personality type -- 1. Suit yourself : the secret of career satisfaction -- 2. Just who do you think you are? : discovering your personality type -- 3. Mirror, mirror : verifying your personality type -- pt. 2. The "fourmula" for career satisfaction -- 4. What a character! : the four different temperaments -- 5. Who's on first? : identifying your innate strengths -- 6. The way you do the things you do : which strengths you share and which you use privately -- 7. Aged to perfection : developing your abilities over time -- pt. 3. Getting to work -- 8. ENFJ : "the public relations specialists" -- 9. INFJ : "catalysts for positive change" -- 10. ENFP : "anything's possible" -- 11. INFP : "still waters run deep" -- 12. ENTJ : "everything's fine--I'm in charge" -- 13. INTJ : "competence + independence = perfection" -- 14. ENTP : "life's entrepreneurs" -- 15. INTP : "ingenious problem solvers" -- 16. ESTJ : "taking care of business" -- 17. ISTJ : "take your time and do it right" -- 18. ESFJ : "what can I do for you?" -- 19. ISFJ : "on my honor, to do my duty..." -- 20. ESTP : "let's get busy!" -- 21. ISTP : "doing the best I can with what I've got" -- 22. ESFP : "don't worry--be happy!" -- 23. ISFP : "it's the thought that counts" -- 24. Putting it all together : creating your personal career plan -- 25. For career professionals only -- Some final thoughts and resources.

Helps readers discover and identify their personality type and use this information to find the appropriate career.

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Paul D. Tieger is a nationally recognized expert in Personality Type. Over nearly twenty years, he has trained thousands of career counselors, outplacement consultants & human resource specialists.

(Bowker Author Biography)

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