One prefers structure and order in their life and the things they do rather than having no guidance system in place at all. I do agree with the results from the Keirsey Temperament Sorter that concluded that I am an ISTJ. I am usually more introverted but
Week one: Reflection Paper Assignment The personality type that was indicated from my completion of the MBTI puzzle is introvert, sensing, feeling, and judging (ISFJ). I would say what surprised me the most about these results were the personality tendencies of sensing and introvert. The personality tendency of sensing says I am practical and cost effective. I do not feel like I am practical when it comes to money
I am also a social/people person. Generally, I am a very approachable person and don 't mind crowds. Intuition was on of the words to describe me. When it comes down to choosing between my sensing over facts, Im the type of person that will almost always go with the fact. Mainly because not always choosing sensing is the smartest and safest way to go.
Recently I took the Myers-Briggs Personality Test, I was giver the result of ISTJ (Introverted Sensing Thinking Judging) (Jung Typology Test). The result given to me is something that I would agree with. The careers that were given to me through the test ,however, is something I would not agree with. Things such as Store Manager and Dental Assistant are careers I could not picture myself doing.
As an ENTJ personality I am considered to be an extraverted, big picture thinker, who makes objective decisions and organizes work tasks to achieve maximum accomplishments (Kroeger, Thuesen, & Rutledge, 2002). I am 22% Extraverted, 22% iNtuitive, 38% Thinker, and 1% Judging (Humanmetrics, 2017). These percentages
These became the basis for one of the most popular tools for non-psychiatric populations in the area of clinical, counseling, and personality assessment known as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. In this assessment, there are four different categories: extroversion or introversion, thinking or feeling, sensation or intuition, and lastly judgment or perception. Extroversion is when the psyche is focused on the outside world and how the person relates to the society, whereas introversion is when the psyche is focused on themselves. Thinking refers to a person using logic in a situation, but feeling is when a person uses their own personal values or beliefs. Sensation is when a person uses their five senses and real
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is an important look at the methods humans use in our interaction with our shared environments and how we relate differently to shared experiences (Cohen, D., Cohen M., Cross, H., 1981). Differences in how individuals relate to and understand our surroundings are displayed and sorted using scales for several fields. Extroversion and introversion are determined and assigned to this indicator using either E or I. A clear definition between sensing and intuition is also defined by the assignment of S or N. Also, thinking and feeling are compared and determined adding the letters of either T or F to the result. The last letter in ones conformed profile will include either J or P for judging compared to perception.
The results of my Jun Typology Test revealed that I am type INFJ, with Introvert (16%), iNtuitive (41%), Feeling (16%), and Judging (34%), preferences. Some of the characteristics associated with type INFJ include, an unusual spectrum regarding the intensity of talents, I am a doer, an idealist, creative, maintains a strong perspective regarding humanitarianism, and a rare mix of practicality and perception. Although I am a giver, I find it necessary to disengage from the world at times, in order to replenish and protect myself from becoming overwhelmed. I am somewhat complex, while possessing an uncanny acumen to discern the motives of people, whether favorable or unfavorable. Also, I maintain strong writing skills and personal charisma.
I performed the assessment on January 26th at 9pm, and the assessment is an abbreviation for "Myers–Briggs Type Indicator.” It describes people by dividing several categories such as “Extraversion or Introversion”, “Sensing or Intuition”, “Thinking or Feeling”, and “Judging or Perceiving.” As for me, the result is “ISTJ” which are introversion, sensing, thinking, and judging. The purposes of this assessment are to understand about myself, to build future plans for finding a job, and to improve my relationship with other people.
The two self-test I chose to take were the Myers-Briggs Inventory and Strength Finder 2.0. My thoughts about both self-test were an interesting experience. In the Strength Finder 2.0, the author Gallup’s made interesting point when he talked about the “A Misguided Maxim?” “You can be anything you want to be, if you just try hard enough.” (5)
After taking the personality test, it was revealed that I am a INFJ, noted as “The Protector” (Jung Typology Test, n.d.). The two letter temperament score I received was a NF or “Idealist,” “Counselor” (The Personality Page, n.d.). I – Introverted For this personality type, introverted is someone who is “meditative and reflective” (Kroeger, 2002) and “thinks through a problem so we understand it” (The Personality Page, n.d.).
In the MBTI, I believe that there was a blind spot when I stated that I initiate conversation. I believe this is due to me behaving differently with strangers, compared to me initiating conversation with friends. Due to this, I gave myself a score that did not match everyone else. In addition, there was a hidden area when I stated that I like open-ended versus definite. I believe that I prefer definite, however this could be an area where I act differently when I am supposed to be professional, and when I am at home.