Alguém uma vez me disse que a música é a melhor forma de combater a falta de entusiasmo e a depressão… Fui dar uma olhada em como ela realmente funciona…
Alguém uma vez me disse que a música é a melhor forma de combater a falta de entusiasmo e a depressão… Fui dar uma olhada em como ela realmente funciona…
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Albert Einstein offered us more than just the amazing theory of relativity and E=mc2. Through his persistence in his discoveries in science, Einstein shined a light on how each of us can do the impossible by hard work, experiencing failure, and valuing people. Even if you are not a scientist, you can apply these life lessons to your life today.
“If you can’t explain it to a six year old, you don’t understand it yourself.” – Albert Einstein
The more complicated you have to make something seem, the more you do not understand the inner workings of it. Think about the best teachers that you have had in your life. Did they make even the most complicated topics full of vocabulary that you did not understand or did they make it easier to understand by simplifying?
“Creativity is contagious, pass it on.” – Albert Einstein
Inspire others to do what they love. Use your creativity to create new works, and you never know what others will create. It’s time to let your mind create projects and ideas that will have a domino effect throughout the world.
“The only sure way to avoid making mistakes is to have no new ideas.” – Albert Einstein
“You never fail until you stop trying.” -Albert Einstein
Einstein spent most of his life working on physics theories- some never worked out and others we know today. You never know which one will work out, but persistence is key. You have to keep working hard and keep trying to solve your problem. Failure doesn’t exist until you stop trying.
“I never think of the future – it comes soon enough.” -Albert Einstein
You are only guaranteed the moment that you have right now, at this moment. You can try to get yourself worried about the future and make plans that may not work out according to plan. What matters most is living now, today. Do your best right now and do not worry about tomorrow.
“I never made one of my discoveries through the process of rational thinking.” – Albert Einstein
Everything great took a process of going outside of the box and doing something unconventional. If you continue to do the norm, then you are going to just produce normal, conventional results. Think differently, and you may find your answer.
“Imagination is the highest form of research.” – Albert Einstein
“I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.” – Albert Einstein
Imagination is key. When you imagine something differently, you begin to share with others. People begin to see the world that you imagine. Together you can create and help each other. Take time today to daydream, imagine, and share your ideas with others.
“Only those who attempt the absurd can achieve the impossible.” – Albert Einstein
If it seems ridiculous to others and you are willing to take the risk, then you are able to achieve the impossible. When you go beyond what others think is reasonable, an amazing thing starts to happen. You complete what was once an obstacle.
“We know from daily life that we exist for other people first of all, for whose smiles and well-being our own happiness depends.” – Albert Einstein
“Life isn’t worth living, unless it is lived for someone else.” – Albert Einstein
If you put people first, they will value you and look to you as a person who genuinely cares about others. Spend at least a few minutes out of your busy day being fully engaged with people without any distractions. Show them that you value them. Thank them and send compliments their way. It will not only make their day better, but they will appreciate it and remember what you have done for them.
“Student is not a container you have to fill but a torch you have to light up.” – Albert Einstein
Share your ideas with others. You may light a spark that ignites someone to do what they have always wanted. If you just hold all of your ideas and knowledge to yourself, you are not helping others at all. What if you held the key that would solve someone’s problems, wouldn’t you want to share it?
“Learning is experience. Everything else is just information.” -Albert Einstein
It’s the journey as you learn and not just soaking up all of the information. It’s fully diving in and learning that some things work and others do not. Learning is not a one-size-fits-all path, but your own customized journey.
“Always do what’s right; this will gratify some and astonish the rest.” – Albert Einstein
When you come to the fork in the road or if your consciousness is offering you a decision, always do what is right. You may feel that the other option will be easier or offer you more money, but when you know that the other option will allow you more opportunity in the future or is the right thing to do, then you have to do it. It’s not going out and choosing the easiest decision, but taking the time to follow your gut and do the right thing will keep you standing out from the crowd.
Put down the plastic and step away from the cash register! According to this Science of Happiness infographic, consumerism is the biggest obstacle to happiness around the world.
Retail therapy is only a temporary fix to make you happy. You may experience the joy of instant gratification when purchasing something you want, but, as the saying goes, “you can’t buy happiness.” Often times, shopping will lead to buyer’s guilt or jealousy because you can’t afford a certain product.
More to read: Happiness Is Not The Absence Of Problems
Make a mix playlist of your favorite songs and hit the gym. Burning off calories and strengthening your muscles only touches the surface of the benefits of working out. Underneath all of your physical components lie some awesome chemicals called endorphins. When you break a sweat, these endorphins are released, and they bring about a feel-good reaction that promotes happiness. That’s why healthy people are generally 20% happier than the average person.
Ultimately, staying active can naturally cause you to feel more excitement and enthusiasm for daily activities. Adding music and friends to share in the workout experience can also lighten your stress load and help you unwind.
It’s no doubt that this fruit is “top banana” when it comes to triggering happiness. Not only is this super food cost-effective and abundant year-round, it is also simple and portable for when you need it the most. What gives bananas their star-power is the amount of tryptophan and tyrosine they contain, which change into the hormone serotonin. Eating one banana can calm your body and mind while giving you the right amount of energy and brain power to face the day.
Denomination aside, attending church regularly can actually boost your mood.This simple hour can grant you time for reflection, causing you to put your worries and stresses on hold. Church can also be a place to release your stress and emotions. Additionally, church is a good place for socializing and talking with people of like minds. It doesn’t matter what walk of life you come from: a place of worship can put all in attendance on an equal playing field, joining together for a common purpose. This can put you in a better, more optimistic mood and put your issues into perspective.
It goes without saying that lending a helping hand is a reward in itself. Using your skills and expertise to assist the less fortunate can boost your happiness. After all, you’ve accomplished something for the greater good. Start small and maybe prepare a meal for your elderly neighbors or volunteer to cook and serve dinner at a local soup kitchen. Bringing some life and light back into someone’s life and seeing their happiness and gratitude is contagious.
Laughter is one of the best prescriptions for daily happiness. Find a group of friends and enjoy a distraction-free evening reminiscing and talking about your lives together. Avoid gossip and venting about problems that plague you. Chances are that you’ve fixated enough on these problems and it’s time to let things go. Keep in mind that often your friends know you well enough to give you sound advice. Take it and then let the conversation shift to something more lighthearted.
Having a set schedule can alleviate stress and tension throughout your day. Plan your meals a week in advance and cook ahead on the weekends. Each evening, set aside a few minutes to ready clothing and items that you need for the next day. Remember, it takes at least 30 days to make a habit, so try it for a month. Each day, schedule in some flexibility or “me” time to relax. Keeping your own needs in mind is a great way to stay organized and in control of your life so you can enjoy each moment.
Eating a well-balanced meal can keep your metabolism going strong all day long. This will give you enough energy to sustain your daily routines and feel great. Strive to eat as naturally as possible. Cutting corners by eating pre-packaged and processed foods can actually make you feel lethargic and cause problems such as gas and unpleasant digestive issues. Make sure to eat plenty of lean protein like chicken or fish paired with some green vegetables for brainpower and focus. Don’t forget that banana!
The temptation to turn on the TV for “noise” or to relax can actually be harmful to your health and your happiness. Don’t turn on the TV while you’re doing something pleasurable and relaxing, like cooking or spending time with your family. These activities deserve your focus and will reduce your stress levels, if you aren’t multitasking. So much television programming is made up of negative reports about crime and accidents, violence, or chaos, even having it on in the background can actually boost your stress levels. Try turing on some classical or smooth jazz music to relax your body and mind. Turn off the TV and give yourself some reflective time to read a book or play a game with your family.
Tap into your inner wisdom in the morning for an easier and happier start to your day. Through focusing on positive thoughts, you can train yourself to view your accomplishments, your body and your relationships in a positive light. This improves your confidence and self-worth. Breathe deeply. Challenge yourself to try the Loving Kindness Meditation. Channeling all of your love and joy to others will bring happiness back to you, magnified.
You don’t need to change your entire life to find happiness. Start with these simple habits that can help refocus your mind on what is important and increase the joy you find in everyday living.
The other week I watched 70 hours of TED talks; short, 18-minute talks given by inspirational leaders in the fields of Technology,Entertainment, and Design (TED). I watched 296 talks in total, and I recently went through the list of what I watched, weeded out the crappy and boring talks, and created a list of the 100 best things I learned !
This article isn’t entirely about productivity, but I guarantee you’ll learn a thing or two. Here are 100 incredible things I learned watching 70 hours of TED talks last week!
More to read on: 7 Ways That A Great Leader Thinks Differently
1. Studies have shown that what motivates a person the most (in non-factory-type work) is how much autonomy, mastery, and purpose they have, not how much money they make.
2. Playing video games can actually make you more productive because video games give you more physical, mental, emotional, and social resilience.
3. A lot of people aspire to be productive so they can become happier, but happiness has been shown to lead to productivity, not the other way around.
4. You don’t have as much attention to give to the world around you as you think. You can’t recall memories while processing new data, you can only process so much information at once, and your attention is easily manipulated (like by magicians).
5. Innovative thinking is often a slow and gradual process, not a moment of instant, lightbulb-like inspiration.
6. If you want people to remember you, sweat the small stuff. Most companies (and people) do the big stuff right, so sweating the small stuff (like getting the user interfaces on your products right) can really set you apart.
7. You have three brain systems for love: lust, romantic love, and attachment. To develop more intimate relationships with your significant other, it’s important to invest in all three.
8. When you create an environment for your employees that makes them truly happy(instead of just rich), more profits may follow.
9. Your office is actually a pretty crappy environment to get work done. In fact, when Jason Fried asked folks where their favorite place to get work done was, almost no one said “in the office”.
10. Taking time off can make you a lot more productive, because time away from your work lets you explore, reflect, and come up with better ideas.
11. The greatest leaders and companies constantly reflect on why they do what they do, instead of simply doing it.
12. Success isn’t a destination, it’s a continuous journey that’s made up of eight parts: passion, hard work, focus, pushing yourself and others, having great ideas, making constant improvements, serving others, and persistence.
13. The key to becoming more productive and successful may be to fail faster and smarter, especially if you do creative work.
14. We don’t feel fear because of a potential loss of income or status, we feel fear because we’re afraid of being judged and ridiculed. Any vision of success has to admit what the definition doesn’t include, and what you may be missing out on.
15. IQ isn’t the only thing that dictates whether someone will be successful or unsuccessful; grit does too.
16. If you want to make better long-term decisions, imagine how your decisions will affect your future-self.
17. All you have to do to learn practically anything is jump in and ask yourself, “what’s the worst that could happen?”
18. People tend to avoid conflict (it’s in our nature), even though a moderate level of conflict may be the key to better relationships, research, and businesses.
19. Mass media is pretty much dead, so the key to making big changes is through tribes. As time goes on, more and more people are investing their time and attention in their tribes (like TED!)
20. The best way to help someone is often to shut up and listen to them.
21. A great way to kill two birds with one stone: have walking meetings, where you walk and talk to someone at the same time. It’s great exercise, and it speeds up the meeting.
22. Stress by itself doesn’t affect your health. How you think about stress does.
Here are three other productivity experiments I’ve done recently: Meditating for 35 hours over 7 days; using my smartphone for only an hour a day for three months; living in total reclusion for 10 days.
More TED Talks lessons: Speak like a Pro- 15 lessons learned from watching TED TALKS
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23, 24, 25. Limits are bullshit. Some people choose to not be set back by limits, and at the end of the day, they’re the ones who end up giving TED talks. Like Neil Harbisson, who was born without the ability to see color, so he hacked together a device to hear color. Or Caroline Casey, who didn’t learn until she was 17 that she was legally blind. Or David Blaine, who pushed his body and mind to hold his breath for 17 straight minutes underwater.
26. Don’t worry – texting isn’t ruining your understanding of the English language.
27. You’re not as rational as you think you are. One example: do you supersize your meal at McDonald’s even when you’re not hungry?
28. Three keys to success from Elon Musk: Work very hard, pay attention to negative feedback (especially when it comes from friends), and study physics to learn how to reason from first principles (instead of by analogy).
29. If you’re arguing with someone to win the argument, you’re doing it for the wrong reasons.You should be arguing to learn.
30. Like it or not, your body language affects how other people think of you.
31. Great, committed sex combines two things: your need for security, and your need for surprise.
32. Being introverted isn’t a bad thing; it’s quite the opposite! Even though society often seems to value extraverts more, introverts should be celebrated just as much.
33. To save more money, commit to saving more money, tomorrow.
34. Living an awesome life means having a great attitude (seeing the good in things), seeing the wonder in the world around you, and being authentic.
35, 36, 37, 38, 39. 40, 41. There isn’t one secret to happiness, but there are a lot of small secrets that will move you in the right direction. Stay in the moment, and be mindful. Spend money on other people, rather than on yourself. Slow down. Take time to appreciate and see the good in what you have. Live a life that’s full of meaning in the short-and long-term. And change how you look at the past, present, and future.
42. Your memory is a lot faultier than you think. You frequently remember things that didn’t happen, and remember things differently than they actually happened. Plus, your memories can be manipulated.
43. When it comes to classical music, no one is tone-deaf, and almost anyone can be calmed or inspired by classical music.
44. The people who design book covers actually put a ton of thought (and art) into their designs.
45. The biggest killer in America isn’t cancer, it’s obesity. 66% of the U.S. is obese, including a lot of children and teens, and 1 in 4 people in America dies of a preventable, food-related disease.
46. Schools kill creativity, and the education model we teach kids by is significantly outdated. School should nurture, not undermine creativity, which Ken Robinson argues that it does.
47. Students learn best when you make them stop and think, and bring classroom problems down to earth.
48. There is a large difference between unconditional love and unconditional acceptance, and just because you are loved doesn’t mean you are accepted.
49. People are powerful. They stand up to soldiers, show compassion when it seems impossible, and expose their vulnerability when it’s the most difficult.
50. Monkeys make the same stupid mistakes with money that people do, so our irrationality may just be rooted in our evolutionary history.
51. Depression (and other diseases) can strike anyone, anytime. Including a comic who has basically everything going for him.
52. North Korea is one of the most terrible and gruesome places to grow up. Citizens of the country frequently starve to death, are victim to military violence, and are shot if they try to escape.
53. Violence against women isn’t a “women’s issue”, it’s a man’s issue that’s rooted in the way men view women.
54. One of the most effective ways to cure poverty in developing countries isn’t food, cattle, or anything else – it’s giving away cellphones.
55. Every day, homeless people are completely ignored, abused, and made to feel invisible.Take it from someone who used to be homeless.
56. According to data, women “systematically underestimate their own abilities”, particularly at work. According to Cheryl Sandberg, women need to sit at the table, make their partner a real partner, and not “leave before they leave” (step back from opportunities because of their family life).
57. Some of the best designs not only look great, but also accommodate your other four senses. They should also feel great, sound great, smell great, and even taste great.
58. We live in the one of the most peaceful times of humanity’s existence, even though it might not seem that way. This talk has the fascinating stats to back that up.
61. A little danger is good for both kids and grown-ups, and it makes you into a more versatile, well-rounded person.
62. If you want to help people in developing countries, you better have a deep understanding of the values of who you’re helping. Take it from a condom saleswoman in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
63. There may be another way to run a successful, modern economy: the Chinese way. Even if you disagree, this talk is fascinating (it’s given from a Chinese perspective).
64. The language you speak affects your ability to save money. Studies have shown that languages that are more future-oriented motivate people to save more money.
65. Hard work is sometimes degraded in society, but unjustifiably so. According to Mike Rowe (the host of Dirty Jobs), hard work is worth it.
66. The way we think about charity is dead-wrong. We reward charities for how little money they spend, instead of for the difference they actually make.
67. “Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity and change”, and it’s one of the most powerful qualities you have.
68. 4 a.m. is the most mysterious hour of the day.
69. 30 is not the new 20. Some people see their 20′s as a throwaway decade, even though it’s one of the most formative decades of a person’s life.
70, 71. Additional choice can make people either happier or less happy. Choice can make someone happy when the choices legitimately suit their needs better, and it can make someone less happy when it makes them more paralyzed (which happens a lot more than you think).
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72. It turns out you can use two slices of pizza as a slide clicker, make music with ketchup, and make a piano keyboard with a banana!
73. If your medical data could anonymously be used by any researcher seeking a hypothesis, there would be a “wave of healthcare innovation”.
74. Since more and more websites are trying to tailor their content to you, you may get caught up in a digital “filter bubble” and not get “exposed to information that could challenge or broaden [your] worldview”.
75. There is a camera that shoots video at a trillion frames a second, and the results are incredible.
76. Google is working on a car that drives itself, and it actually works very well.
77. A trend to watch: 3D printing. The ability for you to be able to print 3D items at home isn’t that far away.
78. Incredible things happen when you create an open encyclopedia that anyone can edit. Here’s the story behind Wikipedia.
79. There are a lot of videos about cats and twerking, but web video is also an incredible tool for learning and global innovation.
80. Everywhere you go online, you’re tracked; a lot more than you might suspect. Web tracking isn’t 100% evil, but websites certainly track you a ton, so it’s worth informing yourself what they use that information for.
81. Every electronic device you own is incredibly complex, with parts sourced from all around the world, so rebuilding anything you own from scratch is nearly impossible, as one guy found out.
82. You might put in orders on Amazon without much thought, but after you place an order, an incredibly intricate, hidden world of box-packing churns away to deliver your order.
83. Computers keep getting smarter; so fast that they often seem to be approaching (and exceeding) how smart humans are. But although they may be getting faster, they’re not as clever or creative as humans are.
84. Electrical sockets used to be shaped like lightbulb holders, because that used to be the only thing we plugged in.
85, 86. You can make plastic out of mushrooms, and the process is very good for the environment. This is great, because plastic has huge, surprising consequences for the environment.
87. It’s possible to stream wireless data from a light bulb (though it requires a line-of-sight between your device and the light).
88. Fish are delicious, but the way we’re farming them is unsustainable, not to mention bad for Nemo. Luckily, there’s a revolutionary (and fascinating) fish farming system in Spain that solves this.
89. Some fish and other ocean critters are positively enchanting. Want to see what I mean? Here is 5.5 minutes of footage of fascinating underwater creatures, including fish that change colors, creatures that camouflage to fit their environment, and fish that light up in the black of the ocean.
90. 80-90% of undersea creatures light up.
91. In my opinion (after watching this TED talk), one of the most interesting underwater creatures is the octopus.
92. Bees have been around for 50 million years, but they recently started dying en masse because of “parasitic mites, viral and bacterial diseases, and exposure to pesticides and herbicides”.
93. Flowers play beautiful tricks to attract insects to spread their pollen.
94. How a fly flies is fascinating, and according to Michael Dickinson, “perhaps one of the greatest feats of evolution“.
96. The scientific odds are not against, but incredibly in favor of alien life.
97. One of Saturn’s moons has a giant volcano that shoots out ice instead of lava. And that’s just one cool part about the planet.
98. You can run a program on your computer that helps the University of California, Berkeley analyze radio telescope data for aliens.
99. Curiosity-driven science pays for itself, and drives incredible innovation for years to come.
100. Embrace the mystery that exists in the world. J.J. Ahrams has a mystery box that he hasn’t opened in 35 years, because the potentialof what’s inside the box is unlimited. which is worth way more than what’s actually in the box.
Os temperamentos, segundo alguns pesquisadores já tem definição, estudo, análise, sei lá, tanto tempo que é possível encontrar na bíblia, no livro profético de Ezequiel uma divisão de temperamento: leão, boi, homem e águia.
Homem- Esta face fala da mente, razão, afeições,e todas as coisas que envolvem a natureza humana.
Leão- O leão sempre foi reconhecido como forte, feroz, e majestoso. Ele é o rei dos animais.
Boi- O boi é reconhecido como um animal que trabalha pacientemente para seu dono. Ele é forte, podendo carregar um urso, e conhece o seu dono.
Águia – Como um anjo, este pássaro voa acima das tempestades, enquanto abaixo delas existem tristezas, perigos, e angústias. Um pássaro ligeiro e poderoso, elegante, incansável.
Depois, os filófofos fizeram outras atribuições:
Artesão, Guardião, Idealista e Racional (Platão)
São facilmente identificados por terem autoconfiança, iniciativa, otimismo e carisma. Geralmente os artesãos gostam de estar no centro das atenções, são expressivos e comunicativos.
Fazem parte dele as pessoas protetoras, que tomam conta da família, amigos, até mesmo de um país. Eles são conservadores, preocupam-se em manter as relações e a estabilidade. Seguem as regras, respeitam os estatutos e leis de países e instituições. A eficiência dos guardiães aparece na hora de dar ordens, supervisionar o trabalho das pessoas e cobrando resultados.
As pessoas preocupadas com o bem-estar alheio, seja espiritual ou materialmente, são a maioria nesse grupo. Além de defenderem a paz, a justiça e a liberdade, lutam por causas políticas e sociais. Muitas vezes, o idealista não é bem compreendido pela família ou pela escola por ter idéias diferentes. Eles são bons para falar e têm bons relacionamentos.
Os racionais são o tipo mais raro, não chegam a representar 7% da população mundial. Eles são especialistas em desenvolvimento de máquinas, motores, instrumentos, computadores e tudo ligado à tecnologia. Extremamente racionais, têm uma eficiente inteligência estratégica que os leva a encontrar os melhores métodos e caminhos para alcançarem suas metas. São curiosos, gostam de pesquisar e sempre querem adquirir mais conhecimento. Geralmente são calmos.
Hedonista, Proprietário, Ético e Dialético (Aristóteles)
Fiquei com preguiça de procurar. Se quiser saber, procura. =P
E os mais famosos:
É um temperamento analítico, abnegado, bem dotado e perfeccionista. Isto o faz admirar as belas artes. É introvertido por natureza. Mas as vezes é levado por seu ânimo a ser extrovertido. Outras vezes enclausura-se como caramujo, chegando a ser hostil. É amigo fiel, mas não faz amigo facilmente, por ser desconfiado. Tem habilidade de analisar os perigos que o envolve. Força-se a sofrer e sempre escolhe uma vocação difícil, que envolva grande sacrifício pessoal. Muitos dos grandes gênios do mundo, artistas, músicos, inventores, filósofos, educadores e teóricos, eram melancólicos. Podemos ver estas características em personagens bíblicos de projeção como, Moisés, Elias, Salomão, o apóstolo João e muitos outros.
Vejamos suas forças e fraquezas:
Forças: Habilidoso, delicado, leal, idealista e minuncioso…
Fraquezas: Egoísta, amuado, pessimista, confuso, antisocial e vingativo…
Problemas causados: Espera muito das pessoas, em troca do que faz. Intromete-se onde não deve, gasta tempo com o que não deve, atrapalhando seu serviço, tem aversão as pessoas que tem ponto de vista diferente, entra em atrito com as pessoas que se opõe ao seu caminhar.
O fleumático, geralmente é calmo, frio, equilibrado e por isso a vida para ele é feliz e descompromissada; raramente explode em risos ou em raiva, conseguem fazer os outros rirem, mas ele mesmo não solta um sorriso sequer; sempre diz: “alguém devia fazer alguma coisa”, mas ele não faz. Porém é habilidoso para promover paz e conciliação.
Forças: É calmo, tranqüilo, cumpridor dos deveres, líder, imperturbável, para ele é fácil ouvir os outros em seus problemas, o que é difícil para o sangüíneo e colérico, trabalha bem sob pressão, por isso cumpre suas obrigações e gosta de cumprir horários.
Problemas causados: Através das suas piadas não se esforça para realizar suas tarefas em ritmo satisfatório.
É um temperamento ardente, vivaz, ativo, prático e voluntarioso. Por ser decidido e teimoso, torna-se auto-suficiente e muito independente. Por ser ativo, estimula os que estão ao seu redor, não cede sobre pressões. Possui uma firmeza no que faz, o que o faz freqüentemente obter sucesso. Não é dado as emoções, por ser pouco analista, não vê as armadilhas na sua trajetória. Muitos líderes mundiais e grandes generais foram coléricos.
Forças: É otimista, enérgico, prático, líder, audacioso, autodisciplinado e autodeterminado, não tem medo de situações difíceis nem de grandes desafios, estes o estimulam ainda mais, é alguém de objetivos e por isso a dificuldade não o esmorece…
Fraquezas: Ira, impetuosidade, autosuficiência, é vingativo e amargo, por isso tem tendência ter úlcera antes dos 40 anos, muitas vezes falará coisas cruéis, sarcásticas e mordazes (ofensas grosseiras e refinadas), embora seja de fato capaz, sua arrogância tende causar antipatia nos outros temperamentos…
Problemas causados: Torna-se exigente com os seus, é uma pessoa de muitos argumentos, impiedoso nas decisões, ausência de bondade, cria padrões difíceis de serem alcançados, utiliza-se das situações.
Quando se fala do temperamento sanguíneo, se fala de “sangue quente”, de vivacidade. É um temperamento eufórico, vigoroso, que vive o presente, esquece facilmente o passado e não pensa muito no futuro. Traz em si otimismo e por isso crê, mesmo em meio às adversidades.
Forças: Sempre tem amigos, é divertido e contagia os outros, compreensivo e por isso bom companheiro, simpático, destacado e entusiasta e por isso líder…
Bom. Eu sou sangüíneo 50%… rssss
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A com B
Por serem os opostos se atraem, se completam.
A com AB
As pessoas do tipo A sentem-se seguras e compreendidas com pessoas do tipo AB.
A com O
Também se completam. As pessoas do tipo A costumam entender as do tipo O.
B com B
Assim como A com A, podem se entender bem ou ao contrário, podem surgir conflitos porque cada um gosta de fazer o que bem entende.
B com AB
O tipo B sente-se a vontade com o tipo AB, pois é bastante compreendido.
B com O
As pessoas do tipo O valorizam as características do tipo B. Formam uma boa parceria.
AB com AB
Por quererem as mesmas coisas podem haver conflitos. Mais por terem as mesmas preferências muitas vezes se entendem bem.
AB com O
Mais uma dupla que se completa. Conseguem viver em harmonia, se passarem por cima de alguns obstáculos.
O com O
Como visam o poder, podem haver competição e disputa entre eles. Mas conseguem conviver bem juntos.
Assim como o horóscopo dos signos não se deve levar muito a sério esses assuntos. Isso é só mais uma forma de definir as pessoas como qualquer outra.