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9 Things You Should Work On To Become Successful In Your 20’s
Let’s face it… When we are young all that we would think about was growing up and living a perfect life that we had created in our minds. But suddenly it hits the 20-year-mark and that is where it all starts to change. “SUCCESS” is such a term which can help to live a nearly perfect life which has been created in our minds. Being successful always does not mean to achieve wealth, respect and fame. Success should be defined as happiness derived from good relationships and achieving personal goals. There are several ways by following which one can surely become a successful person in his 20’s. Spend time with family A family always has a lot of success and failure stories hidden in it which we can surely take inspiration from. Family members give you suggestions on everything without thinking about their own benefits. Before doing something new have a discussion with your family members, you will have several opinions which will surely clear out your mind. Get rid of unwanted things There are many things which we do not require but have with us, the same is the case with friends. To start something new first get rid of all those things and people that distract you from your path. Only be with those who motivate you not with those who pull you back. Gaining knowledge As we all know that knowledge never goes in vain. Knowledge can be of anything. You can gain knowledge by reading books, watching informative videos or by talking to some elderly people or even to a child. The knowledge that you gain today can surely be used later to achieve something big in your life. Engaging in social activities Social activities help to bond with society. The person gets a brief knowledge of what the society wants and how he/she can provide help to the society with their services. All business ideas don’t become successful without the involvement of society. You can surely take the help of a life coach in India like Amaresh Jha to learn about the importance of social activities. Pushing out our comfort zone The most important part is to go beyond our comfort zone. The person should enhance his/her knowledge skills by training themselves with many different types of educational qualifications. Attending motivational speaking seminars can also help to serve this purpose. Amaresh Jha is a motivational speaker in India whose seminars are well known and attended by students to get some amazing tips from him. Being active Active does not mean to be on the social media platforms but to be updated with the outside world. The world and work do not stop for anyone, it moves on. Time does not wait for anyone. To cope up with the world we must be well sure that we are well connected with the current affairs and happenings in and around us. Practice your targeted goals “Practice makes a man perfect”. Hence the realistic and concrete goals which are set by us should be practiced on a regular basis. We should always keep in mind that our aim should be high but start from low and keep going. Read More- 7 Rules to Become a Straight Human Being Learn to accept failures Failures are the best teacher in our entire life. The most successful person in life has failed the most. Failure brings with it important firsthand knowledge. It helps to build character and instills courage within us. Time and Tide Wait For None We should take out the precious time we have in our twenties and utilize it in making our tomorrow a better place to live in. The amazing motivational speaker in India “Amaresh Jha” has defined success so wonderfully that it has paved the way for many pre-adults and helped them in understanding the importance of time. So, one should always be active in the 20’s so that he/she can rest throughout life and live peacefully and happily. Source- https://amareshjha.com/become-successful-in-your-20s/
Namjoon Personality Types: Are you wifey material...extended explanation
Que tal peeps! Disclaimer Since Namjoon is the "deep thinker" this will explain this personality thing in depth (kinda). 1. Just because your personality type is not a "pefect match" does not mean you could not be a good match. All relationships regardless has pros and challenges. 2. Honestly yoir personality type may not describe you as a whole. I'm a Commander. I'm very blunt x leader like when on a team. However when I'm in a relationship I'm totally different! Different codes and meanings... How you may match with other personalities Funny way to debunk stereotypes of personality types Now on to Namjoon.... INFPs present a calm, pleasant face to the world. They appear to be tranquil and peaceful to others, with simple desires. In fact, the INFP internally feels his or her life intensely. In the relationship arena, this causes them to have a very deep capacity for love and caring which is not frequently found with such intensity in the other types.  Strengths 1. Warmly concerned and caring towards others 2. Sensitive and perceptive about what others are feeling 3. Loyal and committed - they want lifelong relationships 4. Deep capacity for love and caringDriven to meet other's needsStrive for "win-win" situations 5. Nurturing, supportive and encouraging 6. Likely to recognize and appreciate other's need for space 7. Able to express themselves well 8. Flexible and diverse Weaknesses 1. May tend to be shy and reserved 2. Don't like to have their "space" invaded 3. Extreme dislike of conflict 4. Extreme dislike of criticism 5. Strong need to receive praise and positive affirmation 6. May react very emotionally to stressful situations 7. Have difficulty leaving a bad relationship 8. Have difficulty scolding or punishing others 9. Tend to be reserved about expressing their feelings 10. Perfectionistic tendancies may cause them to not give themselves enough credit 11. Tendency to blame themselves for problems, and hold everything on their own shoulders Source INFPs as Lovers INFPs feel tremendous loyalty and commitment to their relationships. With the Feeling preference dominating their personality, harmony and warm feelings are central to the INFP's being. They feel a need to be in a committed, loving relationship. If they are not involved in such a relationship, the INFP will be either actively searching for one, or creating one in their own minds. Sexually, the INFP is likely to be initially slow to open up to their mates. Once their trust has been earned, the INFP will view sexual intimacy as an opportunity for expressing their deep-seated love and affection. More than the actual sexual act, they will value giving and receiving love and sweet words. With their tendency to enjoy serving others, they may value their mates satisfaction above their own. Matches Although two well-developed individuals of any type can enjoy a healthy relationship, INFP's natural partner is the ENFJ, or the ESFJ. INFP's dominant function of Introverted Feeling is best matched with a partner whose dominant function is Extraverted Feeling. The INFP/ENFJ combination is ideal, because it shares the Intuiting way of perceiving, but the INFP/ESFJ combination is also a good match.  @strawberrylover @sukkyongwanser @TaeSky @divanicola05 @BabydollBre @SimplyAwkward @QueenPandaBunny @Vay754 @MissMinYoongi @EvilGenius @punkpandabear @Seera916 @VeronicaArtino @RKA916 @jiminakpop @PolarStarr @jjrockstar @SarahHibbs @kitkatkpop @simpsonsamantha @AraceliJimenez @SweetDuella @CArcelia @Gracielou0717 @DefSoul1994 @EvodiaEbraheem @JustBrea @FernandaMedina @aliendestina @KayLeeRose94 @IsoldaPazo @AgentLeo @Starbell808 @KoizuniHime19 @AlexisJ15 @impulsegurl666 @MonieManhiM @EvodiaEbraheem @Ttwolf74 @gyapitt @krystalrikpop @Indiglow @KarenGuerra93 @StephaniePoore @MRich @JJiBin @JohannaTlatench