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Introducing URIDU, our new Project to Empower Rural Women in Developing Countries

URIDU is a non-profit, non-partisan project we launched in December 2015. Our goal is to empower women in developing and emerging countries. Continue reading ...

A Buddhist‘s Way to calm down your Critical Inner Voice

Learn how to calm your critical inner voice, the part of your personality that is always busy confronting you with your faults in character or telling you what you did wrong. Continue reading ...

How to gain Vital Energy by clearing out Social Contacts

Although it may not be easy: I can only recommend a regular review of all personal social contacts. Here's why. Continue reading ...

A New Year – a New Life? Positive New Year’s Resolutions and how one actually keeps them

Self-control is obviously the most important prerequisite for hanging tough with good resolutions. Breaking with potentially bad or unhealthy but longstanding habits requires lots of will power. Continue reading ...

Career Guidance in a Global World

At iPersonic we believe that career guidance should be made available to everyone. A fulfilling career is the cornerstone of a fulfilled life. Continue reading ...

Life at a Crossroads

Sooner or later and more or less frequently all of us find ourselves on those life’s crossroads when we have to decide on an alternative and at the same time bid farewell to other opportunities. Continue reading ...

Start the New Year with a Letter to Yourself

A letter to yourself is a ritual that can be well justified in a variety of situations but it fits especially well into this time of letting go and beginning anew. Continue reading ...

Tough Time for Realists

Looking at it from an evolutionary point of view and for all intents and purposes it is an evolutionary irony that Realist’s virtues in many ways today turn out to be rather more disadvantageous for their life satisfaction. Continue reading ...

Communication Skills Part 2: Pay Attention, catch the Meaning!

Active listening is a good method of catching the real meaning of a conversation. Continue reading ...

How to Dominate your Inner Drivers

Today we deal with enabling you to put your personal inner drivers in their place when they tend to overdo driving you. Continue reading ...

Communication Skills Part 1: You don’t hear what I say . . . or vice versa

It is always interesting to analyze one’s own communication strengths and weaknesses and possibly tweak them a little to be more successful in everyday life and become more confident in dealing with others. Continue reading ...

Stress and Relationships Part 2

Many problematic relationship situations are rooted in a simple misunderstanding: One partner feels stressed but does not communicate it sufficiently while the other one does not register it right away or even not at all. Continue reading ...

Stress and Relationships

Everyday stress experiences cumulatively have an impact on us and that includes an impact on our relationship. Continue reading ...

My Blind Spot - The Difference between Self-Awareness and External Perception

How much and to what extent we are even capable of truly assessing ourselves? Where do we see ourselves as we actually are and how others perceive us? And where may we possibly even be incapable to see ourselves as we really are? Continue reading ...

What is Personality?

Read about the iPersonic Typology, Sigmund Freud’s Trichotomy, Reiss Profiles, Cattell’s Factor Model and the Big 5.
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How Idealists can find Meaning in their Lives

The primary aspiration of all Idealists is self-discovery and self-actualization. If you are an Idealist, life represents one continuous search for a deeper meaning: Who am I? Where am I going? What is my destiny? This already describes the most important pillar of your personal concept of happiness: The meaning of life! Continue reading ...

Idealists need a Vocation, not a Profession

You should ask yourself whether your today‘s profession satisfies you in this regard or whether there is need for a change. Continue reading ...

About the iPersonic Personality Test

Our free personality test is extrapolated from a typology which was originally developed by the psychoanalyst Carl Gustaf Jung and later differentiated by Isabel Meyers and Katherine Briggs. Continue reading ...

Introverted - and happy in love

Partner Search for Introverts. Introvert loves Extrovert – is that going to work? How the Introvert can make Things easier for his Extroverted Partner. Continue reading ...

Introverted – and happy in your Job!

Self Doubt and Perfectionism – a difficult combination. Introverts are misunderstood and unappreciated. Typical job related Communication Problems among Extroverts and Introverts. Continue reading ...

Introversion - a Health Risk?

Reduced Life-Satisfaction – Introversion’s Down Side? Introverts cope with Stimuli and Stress less well than Extroverts. Continue reading ...

40 Tips for a Happier Life

I have summarized the 40 most important insights on the subject “happiness” in an abbreviated format in the following “checklist”. Continue reading ...

Give your life a meaning

As the only living creature aware of its finiteness, and so as not to despair, the human being must give its existence meaning. Continue reading ...

Am I a burnout? What can I do about it?

Typical indications for a developing burn-out-syndrome and what you can do about it. Continue reading ...

Do what you enjoy doing!

Enthusiasm represents the ability to meet the world with excitement and energy, to be totally involved with what one happens to be doing at the time. Continue reading ...

How career profiling can improve your job satisfaction

In addition to your personal partnership, your profession should ideally be the second sustaining mainstay in your life.

It may be sufficient for you to change certain aspects of your profession.

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Gratitude is a key to happiness

All it takes is a few minutes of our time to envision that things should not be taken for granted and are just ordinary but that they are a gift, a gift not granted equally to many people in other places. Continue reading ...

How to start living your personal, happiness-supporting lifestyle

Today, much is known about why some people are happier than others, and why some people are even able to overcome serious misfortunes with relative ease and return to a full life albeit with limitations. Continue reading ...

How to fight procrastination

The technical term for the tendency to continuously postpone things is procrastination. Learn how to fight it. Continue reading ...

Analyzing your self-image (Self Confidence, Part 4)

People with low self esteem usually store an entire litany of major and small transgressions in their head that they can hold against themselves on the first opportunity. Continue reading ...

The Benevolent Inner Observer (Self Confidence, Part 3)

Learn about your Benevolent Inner Observer and how he can help you to comfort you. Continue reading ...

Dealing with negative thoughts (Self Confidence, Part 2)

Give your feeling of self worth a new, positive direction by interrupting your own innermost destructive dialogue with yourself and making it more constructive. Continue reading ...

How to find a job that makes you happy

Do you know which job would make you truly happy and which obstacles (inwardly or outwardly) keep you from doing just that? Continue reading ...

Learning to trust yourself (Self-Confidence, Part 1)

Self-confidence, the feeling of self-worth, self-esteem – in the final essence they are all rooted in self-respect and the appreciation of the strengths and weaknesses making us the person we are. Continue reading ...

Discover your Strengths

A simple exercise for you that is designed to help you look at yourself a little more affectionately and not through those grey tinted shades. Continue reading ...