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    My HumanMetrics outcome is Extravert 53%, Sensing 16%, Feeling 31%, and Judging 12%. I think the HumanMetrics outcome was pretty accurate. When reading the personality profile of an ESFJ, I found it displayed my behavioral tendencies. Based on the books look into each I can also see I am them. I can definitely see that I am extraverted, as I am very outgoing and thrive on social interaction. I can also see that I am a sensing type as I am very realistic and practical. I am also definitely a feeling type, as I am very empathetic and emotion-focused. Lastly, I could see that I am judging because I am organized and closure-focused as well. The personality profile from the assessment said that these people love entertaining guests and are very giving. I can see this in myself because I am very outgoing and love to bring everyone together. I also love buying gifts and getting ready for people’s birthdays. One of the best feelings in my opinion is people’s reactions to getting a gift. It makes me so happy when they like it. People with this profile also like to be in charge, like to delegate, and also believe in seniority. When in a group, I always like to be in charge. I like to ensure we are on the right path and handle any disagreements within the group. ESFJ people have their emotions very visible and they get hurt easily. I am a very sensitive person and am very bad at hiding my emotions. Lastly, they are very protective and make good parents. Though I am not a parent yet, I…

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    I’ve been waiting a long time for the Meyers-Briggs test, so I was excited for today. My code is isfp. I’ve had some background in Meyers-Briggs, and I took it before in AVID, so I had some idea what my personality traits are. I’m not surprised to find out that I’m an introvert. I keep to myself a lot, and I’m always uncomfortable in social situations. That being said, I was surprised to find out I’m a sensing person. I’m conflicted with that. Yes, I like to see definite things to make sure…

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    My personality I have noticed is unlike others. According to 16personalties.com, my type is one of the rarest, making up about .8% of the population. Like most personalities, I have my strengths and weaknesses, flaws, pros, and interesting traits. My type on the Myer Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), I got the INTJ personality type. INTJ stands for, Introverted (I), Intuitive (N), Thinking (T), and Judging (J), I personally scored high (88%) on the introverted part. A famous TV show character…

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    Essay For ENTP

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    “Personality is an unbroken series of successful gestures,” once stated by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The type focus assessment personality test has shown me many possible career paths as an extroversion, intuition, thinking, and perception. Careers for the ENTP are lawyers, psychologists, entrepreneurs, photographers, consultants, engineers, scientists, actors, sales representatives, and computer programmer. Three occupations that I have chosen to write are a lawyer, psychologist, and a photographer.…

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    Mbti Reflection

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    Completing the MBTI made me more aware of my preferences. My designation was ISTJ, which meant I was a quiet, practical, goal oriented person that take pleasure in being orderly and organized in every aspect of my life. The majority of the findings were as expected, I had slight to moderate preferences for each dichotomy. Though I fall into a set MBTI type, I tend to switch between types depending on my environment. My designated personality preferences play specific roles in how I approach the…

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    Essay On Jungian Typology

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    I have learned so much through my self assessments and from reading the material the first week of this course. It has helped be a guide for me to think about how I am going to develop and build skills to add to my personal and professional tool box. Some of the things I have learned are as follows. My Jungian typology results showed that I am INFJ- Introvert (12%) iNtuitive (19%) Feeling (47%) and Judging (31%). INFJ Types are distinguished by our complexity of character and unusual range and…

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    My personality type is the INFP which stands for Introvert Intuitive Feeling and Perceiving. The MBTI stands for Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. This is used to determine ones personality, and to more easily understand everything that specific personality. ( http://www.myersbriggs.org ) They can be Charming - tending to have a " live and let live " attitude Sensitive to others - Can relate to others easily, helping them avoid conflict Imaginative - Craft bold ideas after sensing others emotions…

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    From the Myers and Briggs Foundation, MBTI® Basics, The Myers-Briggs type indicator test attempts to identify the basic preferences of an individual in each of the (4) dichotomies identified in Jung’s theory. The (4) are, World, information, decisions and structure. Each of the (4) contain (2) choices. For world, the choices are extrovert or introvert. For information, the choices are sensing or intuition. For decisions, the choices are thinking or feeling and for structure, the choices are…

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    L2 Personality Style

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    Another style aspect that is principal for L2 education is that of personality type, which consists of four strands: extraverted vs. introverted; intuitive-random vs. sensing-sequential; thinking vs. feeling; and closure-oriented/judging vs. open/perceiving. Personality type (often called psychological type) is a construct based on the work of psychologist Carl Jung. Ehrman and Oxford (1989, 1990) noted a number of significant relationships between personality…

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    When I was first introduced to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, it was described as a person’s natural inclinations. The innate traits in a person are like writing with his or her dominant hand. It feels more comfortable, and it’s where they prefer to be. When stretching their comfort zone, it’s like writing with their non dominant hand. It’s tricky, but doable. Some traits are more centered on people and they are kind of like the ambidextrous members of society, but with personality…

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