We all have different traits that make us stand out. However, when you put all the different traits together you have an overall personality type.
Based on the Myers Briggs personality type you can get a rough guide as to what type of personality you have and what it means to be that type.
Myers-Briggs theory is an adaptation of the theory of psychological types produced by Carl Jung.
It is based on 16 personality types, which Jung viewed as stereotypes. They act as useful reference points to understand your unique personality. At the heart of Myers Briggs theory are four preferences. Do you prefer to deal with:
- People and things (Extraversion or "E"), or ideas and information (Introversion or "I").
- Facts and reality (Sensing or "S"), or possibilities and potential (Intuition or "N").
- Logic and truth (Thinking or "T"), or values and relationships (Feeling or "F").
- A lifestyle that is well-structured (Judgment or "J"), or one that goes with the flow (Perception or "P").
This quick test will give you a rough estimation of what your personality type is and has eight types:
Which one of the above are you?
Take The Personality Type Test
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