Emotional intelligence is critical to success. The advent of technology coupled with psychology has paved the way for career success. As an INFP, I love working with people and helping people. I take pleasure in observing the success of others. Especially if I feel I may have influenced a small part of that success. Value is placed on time spent in solitude, but it is people that drive me. I need to feel I have participated in the improvement of someone’s life for the better. A life not spent in the service of others is empty to me. So, while I may be an introvert, I am an extrovert in the work/service portion of my life.
This is the story of Hank. He is our youngest dog. My fiancé will never admit it, but he loves puppies. He saw pics of black German Shepherd puppies online and made up his mind to own one. I did not want another dog. We had two and they kept me plenty busy. Nonetheless, Hank came to live with us when he was 12 weeks old. After he stole my sandwich, ate part of our leather couch and destroyed several of my shoes, I was ready to return him. But I couldn’t do it. The children and Luis were very attached, and whether or not I wanted to admit it, I was too. The first two years of a dog’s life are usually the hardest for humans. It gets easier every day and he is and always will be, a part of our family.