Knowing Me Knowing You
Knowing Me, Knowing You celebrates our uniqueness. There are four basic mental processes which everyone uses to a greater or lesser degree: sensation, intuition, thinking and feeling. The way in which we use these processes determines our type. This book...
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Knowing Me, Knowing You celebrates our uniqueness. There are four basic mental processes which everyone uses to a greater or lesser degree: sensation, intuition, thinking and feeling. The way in which we use these processes determines our type. This book contains a detailed description of each of the 16 personality types and the most suitable occupation for each type. The simple personality test at the back of the book is an accurate 'diagnostic tool' that will help you understand your personality type and achieve your full and unique potential.
Unresolved conflict keeps lawyers busy, and stress is a major cause of many illnesses. Understanding ourselves and others is also an important key to conflict resolution and stress reduction.
This book is designed to help you understand yourself and relate better to others. Rather than hide behind the expectations of others, this book encourages the reader to 'be real', to feel comfortable 'within his own skin', and to relate more effectively to others.
Humorous personal illustrations and simple steps to follow ensure you will be both challenged and delighted.
This book celebrates our uniqueness. The first edition was hugely successful at Melbourne's annual "Mind, Body, Spirit Festival," where a computerized test based on this book was available, and completed by hundreds of people. The feedback from this was remarkable.
Ann Johnstone is an experienced and well-researched communicator, writer, teacher and former registered nurse. Her work on personality types is in great demand.
Ann speaks and writes on issues relevant to contemporary culture. Her style is thought-provoking and challenging, and her sense of humour has kept her comparatively sane through the adverse experiences of life.
Ann has four adult children and a growing number of grandchildren, has lived in India, and is experienced in cross-cultural communication. She identifies with youth, and runs seminars for all ages. She has studied theology and psychology, is a trained mediator and a prolific writer of articles on the internet.