Online MBTI Test Featuring Personalized Interactive Training Now Available From Drawk Kwast

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Drawk Kwast, consultant to the world's most hyper-competitive men, is pleased to announce the expansion of his website to include online MBTI testing.

Drawk Kwast has helped the world's most hyper-competitive men dominate the competition at work, attract the most desirable women on the planet, and ultimately achieve fulfilling lives. In a continued effort to provide his clients with the newest and most powerful personal performance tools, he has updated his website to include personalized and fully interactive Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment and training software. This software is currently available to his Total Experience Immersion clients, and to the general public for a nominal fee.

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a powerful personality-assessment test that has helped millions of people to better understand themselves and how they interact with others. It evaluates how people perceive the world and make decisions. The results identify one of sixteen personality types that best describes the person. This personality type reflects the preferences of the person in four categories, composed of opposite poles, that describe the key areas that combine to form the basis of a person's personality. The four categories are as follows:

  • Where you focus your attention: extraversion (E) or introversion (I)
  • The way you take in information: sensing (S) or intuition (N)
  • The way you make decisions: thinking (T) or feeling (F)
  • How you deal with the outer world: judging (J) or perceiving (P)

Each of the sixteen types is referenced by a four-letter code. A person whose preference is for extraversion, intuition, thinking, and judging would have the code ENTJ. When a person understands their preferences and contrasts those preferences with the preferences of others, they increase their communication, decision-making, change management, and conflict resolution skills.

When used by people considering entrepreneurship, it indicates very quickly and clearly how predisposed for success they are. Successful technical entrepreneurs tend to be ENTJ, while the ENTP type commonly chose to be entrepreneurs because of the lifestyle. The INTJ type are also natural entrepreneurs but are a much rarer occurrence. And if a person turns out to be something else, such as an ISTJ, it doesn't mean they're doomed to failure; it just shows them their blind spots and lets them consider what personality types would be most beneficial on their team. Warren Buffett is said to be an ISTJ.

When used by people looking to better their romantic relationship, it helps them understand their strengths and weakness. For example, ENTJ types tend to have a harder time finding a partner because of their tendency to possess extremely high standards. However, because they also tend to be verbally fluent and more enthusiastic, they can easily compensate for this by increasing the number of potential partners they approach. Also, some types are better matches than others are. For example, the best match for an ENTJ is an INTP or an ISTP. And if that ENTJ should fall for a less than optimal match, understanding potential friction points between them can ensure a much happier relationship.

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About Drawk Kwast:
Drawk Kwast has helped the world's most hyper-competitive men dominate the competition at work, attract the most desirable women on the planet, and ultimately achieve fulfilling lives. Forbes, USA Today, Details, Worth, and Entrepreneur have all recognized his ability to transform clients' desires into reality. He offers a 60-day, Total Experience Immersion training program at a cost of $10,000.00 to those seeking the ultimate alpha male lifestyle. He is also the author of two books: Domination Basics: Secrets of the Alpha Male Book 1 (ISBN 1453801898), and Power Communication: Secrets of the Alpha Male Book 2 (ISBN 1479372706).

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