Infj Reflection

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Throughout the course I learned about my personality and my strengths that I could use to my advantage for career options. The Type Coach Report diagnosed me as INFJ, an introvert-intuitive-feeler-judger, which ultimately meant that I am an idea generator. I have the tendency to find solutions that would create a positive impact on others for a long-term expectancy. The report mentioned that INFJ’s have “exceptional work ethic,” and I could not agree with a statement more. I have the mentality that hard work pays off which correlates with the Type Coach’s diagnosis for my strong work ethic. I usually do not remember concrete details because I focus on an abstract ideas the majority of the time. Because I focus more on abstract ideas I find …show more content…
I am a people person, always putting other’s interests and emotions before my own. The Type Coach diagnosed me correctly with a high emotional intelligence. I try to avoid conflict or unnecessary tension because I realize the effects that would have on my intrapersonal relationships with others. I notice this about myself especially with my relationship with my boyfriend. I always have to deliberate on an issue I might have with my boyfriend to “double check” that I am being reasonable with the issue and not just being moody. The Type Coach identified me as having a rich inner world, which I partially agreed with. Although, I do enjoy my privacy I would not say I get drained from high activity. I enjoy working at a fast pace that is when I feel the most energized because I am constantly involved with something, I usually feel drained the minute I stop doing something. Considering that I was diagnosed as being an INFJ there were many careers that I have thought of perusing that were on the list for people of my type. I had always wanted to pursue a career in the dental field and dental hygienist was a possible career on my

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