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Welcome to Personalitopia, the number one resource for information on personality types and personal growth. Here you can research four distinct personality traits:

Intuitives

Variety & Novelty-seeking

Sensors

Organization & Structure seeking

Feeling types

Fulfilment & Purpose seeking

Thinking types

Competence & Achievement seeking

Four dimensions of well being

Professional life

Your attitude towards working life and your focus on professional accomplishme

nts and goals.

Recreatively

Your attitude towards play and having a healthy set of hobbies and interests you engage in for fun.

Social life

Your attitude towards interpersonal relationships and people in general.

Personal life

Your attitude towards yourself and your own private life, how you are by yourself.

The Flow Code

The goal of understanding yourself is to find and harness the power of the flow state. This is how you can achieve flow in your life:

  • Discover your core needs and give yourself what you need to be happy and energized
  • Recognize your primary motivations and set goals that you can feel passionate about.
  • Make meaningful and practical changes in your lifestyle to live a more authentic life
  • Develop your core skills and learn to develop other complementary skills to achieve your goals better

Frequently asked questions

  • How can we measure personality?

    We can consider measure personality using four key factors: 1. Your current lifestyle and situation, how you tend to act. 2. Your core needs in life, in order to be happy and healthy. 3. Your primary motivations and values. 4. What areas in life you feel most confident about. These are all areas that can […]

  • What are the four key areas you study?

    I consider the iNtuitive dimension of your need for and value of novelty and new things, and the Sensing dimension of your need of organization and structure in life. I also study the Feeling dimension of your need for emotional fulfilment and purpose in life, and your need for competence, skill, and a sense of […]

  • What are the four areas of life you consider?

    I consider your intropersonal and individual situation, your interpersonal and social life, your professional life, and your career goals, and finally, your recreative life, and your access to meaningful hobbies and interests.