Not to get too technical or anything but the general consensus definition of the term, personality, is “the combination of characteristics or qualities that form an individual's distinctive character.”
Think about it. The definition inherently conveys that each of us has a totally unique character and related qualities, and therefore a one-of–a-kind personality.
It follows that the career path that best fits each of us would have to be as unique and particular as we are as individuals.
It also follows that our current ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to job placement inherently falls short if we don’t effectively identify an individual’s unique qualities, skills, traits and personality and match it effectively to a complementary career path.
Sounds logical, right?
Well, there’s one way we can immediately check to see if this theory holds any water for you. You can sign up for a free self-assessment at GamePlan Learning and quickly find out what career path is ideal for your skills, personality and talents. After you answer a series of questions as thoroughly as you can, you’ll get back some eye-opening results on what unique career path is consistent with your one-of–a-kind personality.
Knowing this is important, given your personality should be in alignment with the work you do on a daily basis. People who experience such an alignment are happier, more balanced and less stressed because they enjoy what they do and know it has a place and purpose in their lives.
And that’s not only logical, that’s life-changing.