My Personalities

There are many different types of personalities, such as what mine is, an ENTJ. There are others like ISTJ, Introverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging. The ISTJ personality type is generally practical and responsible. ISFJ: Introverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging. Conventional and grounded, ISFJs respect and strive to uphold established structures and create and maintain orderly environments. And INFJ: Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging. This is the rarest of the 16 personalities.

I am an Extravert, this means that I am comfortable with expressing myself in large groups. I often enjoy socializing with people that I haven’t met, no matter where it may be. I get influenced by the energy of the people around me. I am fond of being the center of attention, and I am impulsive and I speak my mind when I see fit.

When I am learning something I make connections through the things  I already know and the things I am learning. I can create or design new things and think originally. When working on a project I can see the bigger picture and the pattern in it. I am an abstract thinker which means I can understand concepts that are real, such as freedom or vulnerability, but which are not directly tied to concrete physical objects and experiences.

I make decisions based on objective criteria. My personal bias does not influence any decision of mine. People think I am an impartial uncaring person. I believe that all people and anything else should be treated kindly and fairly with all the respect that one could give. I like to focus on finishing a project and getting it done to the best of my ability. 

When it comes to coming to the conclusion on whether someone or not, I am thoughtful and judicious. I like to be organized and with a plan before I start something. I prefer to have set goals and deadlines, and I like to think logically.

ENTJs tend to be outgoing and comfortable expressing themselves in large groups. They likely enjoy the spotlight, socializing, and working through problems by discussing them with others. ENTJs also tend to get energized when working in a group and may act without thinking beforehand.

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