What Type Of Personality Do You Have?

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Are you guys familiar with the Carl Jung’s Personality Type Theory? It is a type of theory that suggests that human behavior is not random but predictable and classifiable. According to Carl Jung, everyone is born predisposed to certain personality preferences. In this particular theory, they sorted them into four pairs of preference alternatives including the following: Extroverted or Introverted ; Sensing and Intuitive ; Thinking or Feeling ; Judging or Perceiving. After taking a Personality Test, my answers described me as INFJ (Introverted , Intuitive, Feeling and Judging). INFJ is also tagged as the “Authors” INFJ people have strong drive and enjoyment to help others. These are serious students and workers who really want to contribute. They make good therapists, general practitioners, and ministers. The agreeable nature and quiet personality of INFJs makes them particularly vulnerable to hurt feelings. Teachers, Novelist, Writers, Artists, Editors and Designers often have this kind of personality. Well, I think it describes my personality well. Go ahead and check yours.

Feel free to take the test to check whether you are an Extrovert or an Introvert. Extraverts are energized by other people and action. They are talkers, often thinking out loud, interrupting people at meetings, or bursting into a co-worker’s office to ask an opinion, and then not really listening to it. Extraverts become drained when they have to spend too much time alone; they need other people to function. Introverts, on the other hand, get their energy from their own thoughts and ideas, rather than heated discussions. Introverts rarely speak up at large meetings, preferring listening to talking. Introverts need alone time, especially after spending a few hours with people.

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