The Myers-Briggs personality test can provide powerful insights into your working method and productivity levels (if you haven’t already taken it, you can take a mock version here). For example, I’m an INFP, which means I do best when I tackle a project solo, and work that makes me feel passionate is when I’m at my most prolific.
Personality also comes heavily into play when you design your ideal workstation, too. Different mindsets need different decor and organizational systems to be at their happiest and most productive. These tips will help you create a work area that suits your mental approach, whether you’re an executive (aka ENTJ) or a mechanic (ISTP).
by Erin Vaughan, read more in www.success.com/article