Have an opinion, but don’t judge

changingmind2My decision-making preference leans toward judging rather than perceiving in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment. I need closure. Perceiving types want to keep options open. Sometimes my quick action causes conflict with perceiving types; but after many scars I’ve come to see them as a positive counter balance.

changingmind1Perceivers remind me to keep an open mind, take in new information even though I’ve already formulated my opinion.

Changing my mind is not a show of weakness; it is a bold act of courage that shows others I’m listening.


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