Recognizing Your Personality Type Is Unbelievably Important For Goal Achievement

Deci & Ryan (2000/2009), Moran (2019), Schnitzer (2020), and Lawrence (2022) share their thoughts concerning the role personality type has regarding goal achievement.



Deci, E. L., & Ryan, R. M. (2000/2009). The “What” And “Why” Of Goal Pursuits: Human Needs And The Self-Determination of Behavior. [Abstract]. Psychological Inquiry, 11:4, 227 – 268. Retrieved from

Lawrence, A. (2022). Myers-Briggs And Temperament Groups: What Are Guardians, Artisans, Idealists, And Rationals? Retrieved from

Moran, G. (2019). How To Set (And Achieve) Goals Based On Your Personality Type. Retrieved from

Schnitzer, K. (2020). If You Have This Type Of Personality, This Is Your Life Goal. Retrieved from

Begin Now In Preparing What Your Goal Achievements Will Look Like in 2023

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Goal achievement can begin (has to begin?) with mentally removing the noise in life, and focusing on what matters to you.

It’s important to set realistic goals.

Goal achievement is a competition, of sorts, with you, and not others.

Reducing the scope of the goals decreases the potential for unnecessary issues from becoming a hindrance.  It’s better when smaller goals have a greater chance of coming to fruition because they have a way of creating new opportunities in larger goal attainment.

Everything is a project!  Whatever the goal is, treat it with certain care, and have fun (where appropriate!) along the way.

The most important aspect of goal achievement is merely showing up in your life.

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Before The 9/11 Day Of Remembrance

Those who brought heartache and devastation to this country on that day years ago will not be psychologically categorized by this blogger.

They were people who worshipped evil.

Enough said!

As Americans, we live in an open society and should be able to have that at-home-in-the-world experience in our comings and goings in our daily routine, life.

Be that as it may, have we become more cautious, paying attention to our surroundings (taking mental notes) we would have ignored prior to that day?

Have we grown more suspicious (without intent!) of others, because of that day we are required to have a certain amount of documentation and information on our person to verify we are who we say that we are?

Did 9/11 set off an epidemic of mental health challenges for people because we saw from that day how fragile and temporary life truly is?

Are we still making attempts to live our best lives as best as we can?

Have we grown a resilience (macro/micro), or has our resilience grown stronger?

Finally, have we learned to ignore certain annoyances, trifles as it were, because they really are inconsequential in the main scheme of things?

These questions are rhetorical, but worth consideration.

September 11, 2001 was macabre and changed everyone.

If that day failed to change anyone in how they think about the American environment, enough said!


The Environment At Large In America

The approach is everything!

While there are law-enforcement districts lax in keeping dangerous criminals in jail (with residents understandably up in arms!), there are agencies which also need to consider the message they’re sending out to the American public.

It’s one thing for members of society to fear and experience anger regarding the criminal element. However, it’s quite another when members begin to fear and distrust those organizations which were made to protect society because of an appearance of a certain something, untoward in motives, when pursuing an alleged criminal.

These organizations need to be mindful in their approach because they could be creating a negative element in society their roles entitle them to pursue.

Once the wrong approach is made, society’s negative impression about these organizations is difficult to erase, if ever.

A mentally stable America depends on the correct approach.


A Holiday Is Never Required To Say Thank You To THAT U. S. Military From Days Gone By

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(Image: The U. S. National Archives And Records Administration (2022). General Dwight D. Eisenhower Giving The Order Of The Day)

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A Brief Word About Why Researchers Need To Go That Extra Mile After Reporting Favorable Conclusions

Scientific inquiries may result in promising conclusions for medical procedures, particular therapy treatments, potential new drugs on the market, whathaveyou. Researchers need to engage in a similar objective and thoughtful approach (Hopefully, as was the case in their studies!) by talking about the inconsistencies which may occur outside of their conclusions. It will bring awareness before these medical procedures, therapy treatments, new drugs are made available for the general public.

Widening the discussion allows members of society a greater understanding for any potential decision making for their health requirements.

When there is a not-talking-about-the-potential-risks (i.e., silence in the research narrative), that is analogous to somone receiving their filled prescription with the pharmacy neglecting to include the instruction form which details any possible negative reactions from said prescription.

Scientific inquiries are supposed to benefit society. When researchers fail to disclose any potential adverse reactions, it begs the question why the study was conducted in the first place.


Mental Health Services Can Only Do So Much

It’s necessary that people become aware earlier rather than later that they have a family member with a potential mental health disability and get them into treatment as soon as possible. This precautionary measure can avoid harm coming to members of society, and that family member having disputes with law enforcement authorities.

Members of the criminal justice system need to determine if they’re protecting law-abiding members of society, or criminals who actually belong in prison receiving psychiatric treatment.