The Test And The Subsequent Preference Profile Fit Me And My Personality

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Recently I took a personality test based on the research of Carl Jung, Katherine Briggs, and Isabel Briggs Myers. I believe that this test has done a good job of defining who I am. I found the test to be beneficial for better understanding myself and others. The results of the test and the subsequent preference profile fit me and my personality, very well. My confirmed profile is ENFP, ( Extraversion, iNtuition, Feeling, Perception); this means that in business and school I am driven to find creative solutions to help others and am enthusiastic to begin new projects but may need help focusing to bring them to completion, with a tendency to procrastinate.
Considered the most widely-used personality test in existence, it classifies people into one of sixteen personality profiles based on the preferences of eight traits divided into four dichotomies.
Extraversion - Introversion
Sensing - iNtuition
Thinking - Feeling
Judgement - Perception
In this paper I will discuss the personality preference which is the complete opposite of my own, ISTJ, and how a relationship with my opposite preference profile can work. Then I will recall two incidences in the past when a work-related situation became out of my control, and discuss the affect my preferences had on my behaviour. Finally I will list five strategies for dealing with difficult situations and individuals based on what I have learned about myself and my preferences.
Working With my Opposite

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