By Sherrie Haynie | January 7, 2021
While we have high hopes for 2021, it’s likely that much of the fiscal uncertainty we’ve experienced in 2020 will carry on into the new year. In setting our 2021 financial goals, it’s more critical than ever that we have a clear view of our strengths and potential blind spots when it comes to money management. In a previous article, I examined the role that personality can play in managing money, focusing on preferences toward introversion or extraversion. Now I’d like to discuss the final two letter types in the Myers-Briggs four-letter personality type: thinking vs. feeling and judging vs. perceiving.
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