Play-full Practice 10: How to Calm the Nervous System of A Judging Type

As a Judging type (J) in Myers Briggs, detailed plans and completed lists are my superpowers and my self-care. For Perceiving (P) types, however, detailed planning can feel like a trap—kryptonite for a P.

So, for all of you open, spontaneous P’s, if you feel planning pressure from your J colleagues or managers, consider this play-full practice for Perceiving types:

PFP Challenge
What are Superpowers?

Superpowers are your innate talents, motivations, and personality patterns that consistently produce superior results.

What is Kryptonite?

Kryptonite is the tasks, duties and communication styles that disempower us, fueling avoidance, mediocrity and silos on our teams. 

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What is a Play-full Practice Challenge?

A Play-full Practice is a new action, practiced with full commitment, that contributes to your personal and professional development.

This Challenge will help you and your team apply superpowers to drive revenue and results. Challenges build on each other to provide a year-long path to growth!

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