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    Esfj Personality Analysis

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    matched my personality. With people having different types of personalities, there is going to be different types of leadership. My four letter personality type is ESFJ. This is a sensing type and stands for: extraverted feeling with sensing. Those four letters explain that my personality involves my feelings to be dominant and extraverted, where as my sensing is supplementary and introverted. In general, people with ESFJ personalities’ are conscious and collaborative. ESFJ personalities…

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    16 Personalities Test

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    to the 16 Personalities Test, I am categorized as an INTP. If we breakdown this acronym we find that the “I” stands for introvert, the “N’ stands for intuitive, the “T” stands for thinking, and “P” stands for perceiving. At first glance, I thought that these descriptions were too general. After reading into my personality, I agree with almost everything the website had to say. It is sort of unsettling to see a website describe me better than I ever could. According to the 16 Personalities…

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    bottled up inside. As caretakers, ESFJ’s believe there is a lot wrong with the immediate environment. They are not paranoid, just hyper-vigilant. Their personality type allows them to loosen up and be humorous, such as teasing around, which I find enjoyment in Although, I find that this personality type identifies…

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    Esfj Personality Test

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    Personality Assessment After taking the free personality test, the results of my assessment is ENFJ. “E” stands for extravert and I scored a 7% with slight preference of extraversion over introversion. “N” stands for intuition and I scored a 9% with preference of intuition over sensing. “F” stands for feelings and I scored a 19% where I have slight preference of feeling over thinking. “J” stands for judging and I scored a 19% where I have slight preference of judging over perceiving. When I am…

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    If I do not understand my natural personality traits, my ability to adapt, lead, and love others will always be lacking. The leveraging of personality analysis tools and real life examples are critical to the process. The process requires that I be self-critical to identify shortcomings and failures in life. The overall goal being to determine how each of my personality types interact with one another and how to integrate these with people of different personality types. In addition to civilian…

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    This paper discusses the personality traits assessed from an online application provided by the course textbook. The different areas of discussion range from personality trends, leadership, and organizational values. The purpose of this analysis is to give you a better understanding of your tendencies as a person. This assists in making either changes or awareness decisions that can improve your personal and professional life. Secondly, this discussion involves a personal assessment of the…

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    so many different personalities in the world, and it would be extremely boring if we all acted the same. “Every society and social group has values, experiences, and understandings that are widely shaped among members but may not be endorsed by those outside of the culture or group” (Wood, 2016, p.54). This is your personal identity, which is how you choose to live your life and what you stand for. Your identity can be shared closely with other people. However, your personality is uniquely your…

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    Myers Briggs Personality

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    Personality At the end of my high school career, I had taken multiple personality tests. Myers Briggs personality test stated that I am an INFJ. Personally, I have been in two long-term relationships. One last 3 years of high school and the other lasting nine months during the last year of high school. The characteristics I have found from my personality that help me to function well in relationships are fun loving, sympathetic, and trusting. I am a very introverted person so I tend to be…

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    I really enjoyed reading the results because it definitely describes exactly who I am in all areas including career paths. After taking this assessment, I learnt that I have the INFJ (Introvert, Intuitor, Feeler, and Judger) personality type. An INFJ has strengths and weaknesses. Some of my strength as an INFJ are being creative- in terms of resolving human challenges and have a strong sense of compassion and vivid imagination, insightful- such as seeing through dishonesty and…

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    I have taken three assessments online to gain more knowledge about my personality. And how it will affect me while I am in college. I must say that it was interesting because I really didn’t know what kind of score I was going to get. The VARK questionnaire, Multiple Intelligences Inventory, and the Personality Traits Test were a huge eye opener. I can really see myself succeeding in college knowing now that I have different types of learning styles. While going over my results I noticed that I…

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