Mindset, Personality

3.22.16 – I’m an INFJ.

I love a nice clean house first thing in the morning when I wake up. Morning time is my favorite and most productive part of the day.

I can’t function in a cluttered or messy environment.

Jason, he’s the complete opposite. I sometimes think he thrives in chaos and clutter. haha If there something that can be opened, left out, tossed aside, he’ll make sure it happens!

What can I say, we’re complete opposites in many ways. Which is a good thing, it’s a growing thing.

Speaking of personality, I took a personality test today for a little group team building thing. I must say it was very interesting, and very revealing. A little creepy (and at the same time almost comforting) how this test seemed to know me to the very core.

The test is called “16 Personalities” and it takes about 10 minutes to take (unless you’re a bit over-analytical like I am it takes about 12-15 minutes to take).

The test gives a “concrete, accurate description of who you are and why you do things the way you do”…which has always been intriguing to me. Even though I’m not the most sociable kind of person in the world, understanding people, who they are deep down, what makes them tick, why do they do the things they do, has always been incredibly interesting to me.

Take the test and see what it says about you!

I’m “The Advocate”

INFJ-T Personality Type

The test says that I’m introverted, sensitive to external stimulation, and prefer solitary activities. It says I’m intuitive, imaginative and curious, but prefer novelty over stability and focus on hidden meanings and future possibilities. I’m sensitive and emotionally expressive. More empathetic and less competitive, focusing on social harmony and cooperation. I’m decisive, thorough, and highly organized, and the test says that I value clarity, predictability, and closure, preferring structure and planning to spontaneity. The test also says that I’m self-conscious and sensitive to stress. Likely to experience a wide range of emotions and to be success-driven, perfectionistic, and eager to improve.

Which personality type are you?

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