My Personality Type

9 September, 2021 (10:17) | Uncategorized | By: ewatkins

My personality type is a INFJ (the Counselor.) I am an introvert. INFJs prefer to work independently and tend to feel more at ease when alone or in a small group. The test results say that INFJs are self-aware and enjoy thinking. I am definitely a thinking and I enjoy small talk or time by myself.

An extrovert is an outgoing, overtly expressive person. Extroverts are often described as happy, positive, cheerful, and sociable. The definition of an introvert is someone who prefers calm, minimally stimulating environments. Introverts tend to feel drained after socializing and regain their energy by spending time alone. The first section says introvert or extrovert. My results gave me an introvert. I am comfortable working in small groups. I am very reserved and enjoy thinking deeply. Information gathering is the way you process information. Compared to sensing I am intuitive. That means I make connections with what I am learning and what I already know. I am very inventive and an abstract thinker. Decision making is an important part of our lives. It could help to know what kind of thinker you are to make better decisions. I am a feeling choice maker. Being on the feeling side of the scale means I make decisions on how they affect people. This is good to know so i make sure when I am choosing I could make sure to choose using feelings. To me I like to have plans set in stone instead of going with the flow. So it was no surprise to find out I was a judging character. I am very organized and enjoy planning. I am told that I prefer logical answers which now that I think about it, I agree. I believe that my most important personality trait is that I am intuiting. I find that it is very important to know your personality type because it can bring you closer to know more about yourself. This is helpful in order to know maybe why you act the way you did or choose the way you choose.

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