Big 5, not a typology

Sometimes seen as a typology, the big five, or the five factor model, is one of the most scientifically accepted personality assessment out there. Rather than dividing people in to different types, it’s a trait model, that from five different, independent traits assesses the personality of someone. Openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism. One of …

DISC – a simple and practical typology

DISC is practical, simple. Using four different personality types, based on our needs and how we communicate, it’s easy to understand and explain. While it, because of its simplicity, lacks the depth of other typology systems, dividing people into four different styles of communications creates a practical and simple approach to how to deal with …

The five love languages; How to speak love so people understand

When we speak love, we do so in five different languages. And hearing someone speak love to me from a different language, is like if someone would walk up to me and ask for directions in Chinese. (I don’t know Chinese.) It would be a complete, utter waste of time and energy. But at the …