The Characteristics Of Personality Types In Everyday Life

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This paper serves to discuss my personal personality type and how identified characteristics affect my everyday life in various areas. The Myers Briggs personality test scored my answers to personality questions and identified my personality type as an ENFJ; Extroverted, Introverted, Feeling, and Judgmental. Each of these different personality types have characteristics that help to explain how the person identifies with the world, their inner selves, other people, and their careers. By researching each personality criteria, I can dive in and learn more about myself and apply that knowledge to aspects of my life. Furthermore, the paper discusses how my personality type and my temperament type can affect my work place and it provides me with …show more content…
In a work environment, an EFFJ person is considered a giver (Butt, 2016). I can identify with all the characteristics listed above in all aspects of my life. In my work place, I am a manager that oversees three people. I strive to make my team happy with their work and strive for harmony in our relationships. Being a manager sometimes is difficult for me because of my personality type, especially when I feel another member is not pulling their weight with their work load. It is also difficult when I must delegate a task that I know the other person will not appreciate. The negative feelings I have associated with being a manager showcase the characterizes of an ENFJ …show more content…
I identify as an idealist; I see the world as it should be and not as it is. ENFJ’s with a temperament of NF are identity seeking. I can relate to the identify seeking aspect of my personality type. I often find identify in my relationships and my job. I think sometimes this is a negative trait. Over time, I am learning and working to look more within and grow personally however, I have been negatively affected by placing my identity in situations or people that were not right for

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