Are you having a truly remarkable career? Answering the 10 point test below can help you go from boring to truly remarkable in your career.
Are You Passionate About Your Career?
If you were passionate about your career at some point, but you no longer feel that way, don’t walk way. It is better for you to rekindle that passion than to start all over again in a new career.
If on the other hand, that passion was never there to begin with, do yourself a favor and change careers … because you probably choose the wrong career to begin with!
You must pass the passion test before you can have a truly remarkable career.
One of the reasons why professionals struggle with their careers or under-perform at their jobs is that their work or career does not match their personality!
When hiring someone to do job, it’s easy to see what skills and training they have acquired or what types of jobs they’ve previously performed from their resume.
What is not so easy to see is how that same person’s personality traits will fit in with that of other employees or how their personality will thrive on a daily basis after you’ve have hired them.
This post about the personality types of database administrators (DBAs) is in response to Sandra’s question.
Sandra, thank you for taking the time to tweet a number of my posts, I appreciate you 🙂
Personality types like the Jung Myers-Briggs Type are used to describe the psychological characteristics of an individual.
For example, the famous Myers-Briggs has 16 personality types grouped as: Extroversion vs. Introversion, Intuiting vs. Sensing, Thinking vs. Feeling, and Judging vs. Perceiving.
In this post, I will describe some of the personality types of database administrators (DBAs).