Bryant Chambers Blog - Life Strategies, The One Thing, Coaching

Many people feel the Myers Briggs personality test is wildly inaccurate. The reality is that our personalities are extremely nuanced and hard to really pin down.

Peter Drucker once said that most people think they know what they are good at...and most people are wrong. Knowing ourselves well is one of the major keys in helping us find the success we want in our careers and our lives. Today, let's talk about ways you can discover the paths you should take as an ENTJ in education and career-searching.

Finding love as an ENTJ can be tough if you don't no where or how to look. In this week's How to Survive as an ENTJ episode, we cover methods to help you find your significant other.

Have you ever found it tough to fit in with certain social situations as an ENTJ personality type according to the Myers Briggs personality type test?

A few days ago, Hillary Clinton made a mistake during a speech stating that she was going to raise taxes on the middle class of America. In typical form, people on social media lost their composure and began uselessly arguing over the comment. If you want to be successful in this life, you are going to need to learn how to focus on issues that actually move you closer to your goals.

Knowing what you want to do in life starts by asking yourself the right questions. Don't waste another day of your life wondering what you should be doing. Ask yourself these questions and let the answers guide you to the good life as God intended for you.

The Army is such an efficient organization that even an average person can excel if they are willing to adopt it's principles. Those who adapt best see very little failure throughout their careers.

If you fail too much at something, you will build a mindset of failure. To succeed, you need to build a mindset of success by placing yourself in the best position to succeed.

If you ever want to succeed in life, you must learn to focus on your desires while taking your focus off of your pain. Pain is a natural part of progress, but if you focus on it, you will lose site of your dream.

Most young boys want to grow up to be like their heroes.  Some want to grow up to be Firemen, Police Officers, Soldiers, Doctors or Cowboys others want to be secret agents or Karate Masters.  We watch these figures on TV and we associate them with bravery and courage.  They run into burning buildings to save cats and dogs, they pull children out of cars that are submerged, they chase down the bad guys and save the damsel in distress.  There are certain characters that embody all of the elements of the good guys, such is the case with Col. Steve Austin.  As far as I'm concerned he is one of the coolest small screen stars of all time, lets check his resume.  Steve is an Astronaut who has walked on the moon, he is a pilot who has flown some of the fastest planes ever made, he is a small town guy with down home values. 

We believe impacting the world in a positive way is easier than most people believe.

First, we work on developing ourselves spiritually, physically, emotionally and financially.

Then we pass that developed strength on to our families and communities.

And through our families and communities, we change change the world one soul at a time