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Passion: A Product of Personality

This time of year, we are surrounded by all things red and heart shaped. Passionate declarations of love can be seen on greeting cards, stuffed toys, and balloons: I Love You! Be my Valentine! You Are My One and Only! … read more

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The Science Behind Traitify's Personality Assessments

We know personality has an impact in the workplace, especially in the areas of team building, communication and cultural fit. In simple terms, we define personality as the unique combination of various aspects of an individual's temperament and traits. Taking it a step further, these singular attributes can give insight into patterns of behavior, preferences and choices as it relates to a person's profession and the workplace. … read more

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Common Dream Themes and Nightmares

How often have you said, "I had that nightmare where I couldn't find the classroom and didn't study for the exam?" Or how about the one where you are convinced you didn't actually finish High School? And, people know exactly what you are talking about? While dreams are unique and complex, there are some classic themes that universally appear. In working with dreams, it is both the manifest (actual) content of the dream as well as what is going on in someone's day and life that helps one analyze its meaning. Also, there is always a wish in each dream, either obvious or hidden, just waiting to be realized. … read more

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The Value of Imagery: Is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words?

Having lived in the design and media realm for as long as I can remember, that old adage has always rung true for me. But, as the technology revolution continues to reign, it's becoming apparent that the use of images can have an incredible impact on not only how well your content is received, but on those digesting what you've shown. … read more

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