Reflection On Carl Jung's Personality

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Jung’s personality refers to an individual’s pattern of thoughts, feelings and behaviors that make a person unique. According to Jung’s personality test, my personality is similar one known as an INTJ, which indicates that I am more of an Introversion, Intuitive, Thinking and Judging. Jung described an Introversion as an individual who’s source of energy is mainly from their own internal world, therefore possessing this trait, I am more likely to see the world in terms of how it affects me. Intuitive believes that information is received from the internal and imaginative world; one’s conception is based on his/her own understanding of the world. Additionally, this personality style both perceives inner pattern forms and uses real-world material…show more content…
Having a desire to excel, and a job that focuses on ones’ strengths fosters autonomy. As as INTJ I can mainly be attracted to the academic world, especially those areas involving sciences, engineering or school of philosophy. Additionally, technology or a financial advisor were suggested and one may enjoy research and development, which provides an opportunity for generating new ideas. Being an INTJ, I may also want to explore the idea of being a corporate lawyer or a high and mid-rank manager in technology companies that would create a strategy for the…show more content…
It provided insight on the reasons why I may be drawn to certain career choices than others, shows pertinent areas of strengths, as well as weaknesses. What I found most interesting is the parenting styles as a INTJ, although I am not yet a parent, it specifies that because of acquiring this personality trait, one may tend to be a perfectionist and as the same, expect the child to be one also. This can create a strain on the relationship. Within the workplace, I do appreciate a strict code of conduct and prefer to work in an environment that is challenging and with like-minded group of individuals. In school, the learning style made prefect sense. I always wonder why I understood more complex material than, material which were clear cut. However, according to Jung, an INTJ learning revolves around finding the answer to the question and are easily receptive to difficult materials. However, what is most effective, is the material being presented from different point of views using
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