The Five Strengths Of My Types

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My type is ISTJ (introvert, sensor, thinker, and judger). After I completed the verifier at first I felt that the results were accurate, but one or two things were off. As I learned more about my type I realized that they were spot on with the type that they gave me. I am able to relate to the five potential strengths for my type. The first one is being dependable and responsible. I grew up being aware of these two strengths for example, when I lived in Alaska I demonstrated these strengths a lot with my family because my mom had to function like a single parent, and she depended on me to take care of myself, help take care of my sisters, and help around the house. My mom was able to depend on me and by doing what she asked of me I was being …show more content…
The third strength was logistics. As far as logistics go I am the type of person who keys on and is quick to point out things that will prevent an idea from being a success. For example, I am always quick to look for the procrastinators and to stay on them the best I can. The fourth strength is loyalty. I am a very loyal person once I trust a person. For example, in my group for our service learning project I built trust with Ana. Anything she asks from me I won’t have any problem doing. The final strength listed is process innovation. I like taking things that people have tried and changing or altering it so that the end results are better. For example, in high school I had a habit of writing things down in my planner, but as I transitioned into college I found that my planner wasn’t very effective as far as me keeping up with my homework. In order for me to have better results I still kept the idea of writing down and keeping track of my assignments, but instead of using a book that I rarely looked at I bought a board and hung it up on my closet. The board is my new system to keep track of my homework and it’s way more effective than my …show more content…
They gave me five strategies on how to diminish my challenge areas. I need to master the art of investing into relationships, prioritize, delegate, be more approachable, and master the art of innovative thinking. I learned that the challenge areas that I have are big ones, and I also noticed that these are things that I do very often. What I didn’t realize is that my challenge areas are preventing me from reaching success. After I finished learning about how to diminish my challenge areas I then learned about NEs. In order for me to work well with an NE I have to be able to talk it through, be aware of first impressions, be aware of how I say things, give regular positive feedback, clarify the end result, pique their curiosity, give minimal details, don’t be blunt, be positive, and relationships come before task. I learned that NEs are very different compared to me, but by learning to work with one it betters me because they are the type of people who will help me work on my challenge

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