Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Personality

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According to Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), my personality type is INTJ (introversion, intuition, thinking and judging). This result indicated that I have a clear preference for introversion, slight preference for intuition and thinking and moderate preference for judging. So, this result was not unexpected for me. It put a strong emphasis on the introversion criteria, which I am certainly aware of it. I have always been in pursuit of deep, long-term and meaningful relationships. Utilizing my inner world / energy is the way I connect to people. It involves sharing my thoughts and sincere emotions to certain people, but of course, as a result of it, my network remains limited. Therefore, some types of jobs requiring being active and assertive such as public relations or marketing, are not fitting in my personality. In that manner, my professional choice seems to be appropriate for my style, because I am good at building person-to-person meaningful relationships. In addition, I specifically pay attention to “thinking” factor as the way I come to a conclusion. I noticed that without having an accurate, objective, theoretical framework I am not able to perform well. This is also true for the counseling process. Getting the accurate…show more content…
My general occupational themes came as ASI (artistic, social and investigative). Particularly artistic theme is not surprising to me, because I value the aesthetic and artistic themes to energize my inner world. Thus, art is the essential component for my personal development. From this perspective, counseling can be considered as an artistic job, because it also requires creativity in addition to the theoretical foundation. I decided to pay more attention my artistic part during my career development, which it will make me more flexible and creative in my

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