Category Archives: Fulfillment

Idealist Themes

This theme has four personality types associated with it: Foreseer Developer, Harmonizer Clarifier, Envisioner Mentor, & Discoverer Advocate. Foreseer Developer: These individuals consider a worthy life as a process towards their own and others’ personal growth. If something does not … Continue reading

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Getting Through the Work Day Struggles

People sometimes get stuck in a job due to a lack of education or because of a bad economy, but that doesn’t mean that their work day needs to be a painful experience. With a little innovation and imagination, it … Continue reading

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Finding Meaning In Your Job and at Work

We all have to work, but some of us are able to play at work by finding and then committing to our dream job where we’re motivated, inspired, respected and well paid. Unfortunately, many individuals settle for something that falls … Continue reading

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Rational Themes – 4

Rational Themes The four personality types associated with this theme are Conceptualizer Director, Designer Theorizer, Strategist Mobilizer and Explorer Inventor. Explorer Inventor: Per the name, these individuals consider life’s purpose to be about inventing things and discovering new ways of … Continue reading

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Rational Theme – 3

Rational Themes The four personality types associated with this theme are Conceptualizer Director, Designer Theorizer, Strategist Mobilizer and Explorer Inventor. Strategist Mobilizer: These individuals are leaders who maximize results by enhancing the talents of those that they lead and making … Continue reading

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Rational Theme – 2

Rational Themes The four personality types associated with this theme are Conceptualizer Director, Designer Theorizer, Strategist Mobilizer and Explorer Inventor. Designer Theorizer: These individuals consider life to be about becoming an expert, which causes them to never quite feel like … Continue reading

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Eudaimonia (Happiness)

As stated above, eudaimonia is often translated from ancient Greek as happiness or flourishing and sometimes well-being. And here-in lies the ultimate goal of Bricolage Consulting, to enable each individual to determine for themselves such a state during the job … Continue reading

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Phronesis (Practical Wisdom)

When discussing moral behavior, it is worth noting that some “virtues” can be faults if they are not balanced by wisdom. An individual may be honest, generous, or respectful, but if they do so “to-a-fault,” then potential hardships could result. … Continue reading

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Finding Virtue During The Job Search

Normative Ethics includes three different approaches: Virtue Ethics, Deontology & Consequentialsm. Virtue Ethics emphasizes moral character, Deontology emphasizes moral rules or duties, and Consequentialsm deals with the outcome of one’s actions. It is worth asking which approach creates the most … Continue reading

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The 5 Elements of Fitness

As I see it, individuals view fitness in a very general and limiting way. Generally speaking, the goal of fitness is often to become thin, look good aesthetically, and to have strong muscles. Of course, not all people think this … Continue reading

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