Typology Test

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The purpose of this project is to emphasize the theory behind behaviors of ourselves as well as the individuals in which we communicate. This writing comprises the results from my Jung personality Typology Test. The Typology test is an assessment that is geared towards helping us to discover our possible strengths and weaknesses. The intention of this acquired information will help me to better learn about myself as well as others. Keywords: (Personality, Carl Jung, Typology test, ENFJ) Step 1: Personality Analysis Introduction We were given the task of completing a Carl Jung, Typology Test to better understand ourselves. The results from my Jung Typology Test indicate that I have an ENFJ type of personality. The following components will…show more content…
ENFJ personality type use our feelings to make decisions often based on what we believe are the “right” or moral thing to do. The part of us that is extraverted is mainly our need to help others. Possessing our extraverted feelings often allow us to feel or sense the emotions of others. These same “senses” or “feelings” are what help us in creating relationships and personable warmth with others. Based on my Jung Human-metrics Typology Test I scored (12%) for feeling over thinking. Strengths of using our feeling over thinking is that we can make decisions based on what we like. We regard others feelings so we strive to not say things that we know might hurt the individual. ENJs make their job choices based on how their work environment would make them feel. In comparison, the weaknesses of our personality type are that our feelings can conflict with our thoughts and we can become indecisive. According to the text, “decisions that we find most difficult are those in which we have conflicts between our Thinking and Feeling sides” (Heyward, 2015). J- Judging

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