The Myer-Briggs Type Indicator

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Similar to every human who inhabits Earth, personality types are each unique embodiments of who we are as people, that help create the persona that we depict towards the public eye and in our personal lives as well. With there being sixteen personality types on the Myer-Briggs Type Indicator, there is one that is bound to be similar or almost identical to one’s true personality, and mine happens to be INFJ, which stands for introvert, intuitive, feeling and judging. This personality type has remained consistent with me ever since I took my first MBTI Assessment in junior year of high school which makes me believe that personality type is accurate to my actual personality. The INFJ personality type suits me due to the four traits it incompasses. I am an introvert, although due to my work experience during the summer, I became more open and talkative to others compared to how I was before. A small part of my shy and quiet self was shed during that time which I believe is a giant step for me due to communication being an important skill for one to have in order function in our current era. As I witness my own behavior, I am a person who relies heavily on my instincts and I do explore more into the possibilities that could exist instead of looking at …show more content…
INFJs are described as idealistic, complex, compassionate, authentic, creative and visionary, which are traits that depict who I am concisely. They also have strong value systems, which I possess since when I think something is valuable, for example, the love one provides to their child/children, I strongly support it and will not let me tell me otherwise. In general, I agree with all the aspects of my personality type, except for when it comes to time since I am terrible at determining how to use it, which is an area in which I should focus to improve

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