Did you have to take a Myers-Briggs test before being considered for a job?

The publishers of the Myers-Briggs test, more correctly known as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, have just published “Folk Tales and True Stories” to set the record straight about what their test should and should not be used for.  For example: “It is unethical to use the MBTI tool for hiring…………..The MBTI tool can’t tell you… Continue reading Did you have to take a Myers-Briggs test before being considered for a job?

Crowdfunding could be as radical as file sharing in the music industry

Interesting article on crowdfunding in the Financial Times (you will have to register but will be able to access 8 articles a month).  It looks for a change in EU regulations, similar to what the US is adopting, to enable investors to participate in crowdfunding and have some statutory protection.  The European Union estimate that… Continue reading Crowdfunding could be as radical as file sharing in the music industry

How to be interesting (in 10 stupid-simple steps):

This article was written by Jessica Hagy, a contributor to Forbes.com     You can  read it in full from this link  http://www.forbes.com/sites/jessicahagy/2011/11/30/how-to-be-interesting/ I learnt about it from Martin Nordstrom’s  blog  http://martinnordstrom.com/learnings/how-to-be-more-interesting/ How to be interesting (in 10 stupid-simple steps): 1.Go exploring. Explore ideas, places, and opinions. The inside of the echo chamber is where all the… Continue reading How to be interesting (in 10 stupid-simple steps):