Creating habits using baby steps and MBTI

posted by on June 3rd, 2016


If you know and understand Myers Briggs (MBTI) then you will appreciate how my personality type (ENTP) may find creating habits a little more challenging than some other types.

Essentially my type quite enjoys change – actually I like it a lot! ENTPs prefer to work to deadlines and therefore as I am master (or mistress) of my own destiny I often move goal posts and can easily get distracted (coffee anyone?).

I’d better be clear – it’s not that ENTPs avoid getting things done. Personally I accomplish quite a lot, but it does mean that sticking to a plan can be a challenge at times.

So one of my goals as an ENTP is to find ways to create and groove habits and that’s where ‘baby steps’ come in.

I find breaking my big hairy goals down into teeny tiny steps really helps. This way I can get things done fast and move on to another task if I wish, safe in the knowledge that I am moving towards achieving my bigger goals.

Why not work out the baby steps you need to take to move you towards your goals.

Oh, if MBTI is a mystery to you and you’d like to know more about your personality type then take a tiny step and get in touch.