Thursday, August 7, 2014

My Jung personality type

  • Introverts tend to be reflective, reserved and private. A popular misconception is that Introverts are shy - this is not necessarily so. They draw their energy from their own thoughts and the time they spend alone. Introverts do not need people around them all the time.
                  • iNtuitives pay more attention to information that is imaginative and original. iNtuitives focus on the future.
                                      • Thinkers make decisions using logic and impersonal analysis. They think with their heads rather than their hearts.
                                                      • Judgers prefer a lifestyle that is decisive, planned and orderly. They like a life that is organized and controlled

                                                      An INTJ at-a-glance

                                                      You are a natural leader. You are a confident and original thinker, and believe strongly in yourself. You are a strong individualist who seeks new angles or novel ways of looking at life. In general, you are an extremely capable and intelligent individual who strives to always do their best and continue to move in a positive direction.

                                                      Obstacles are challenges for you. You focus on your goal, creatively develop a plan and then pour all your energy into achieving your objective. Because you get so inspired and involved in what you are doing, your energy level can be awesome to behold! Of all the Personality Types, yours is the most independently individualistic.

                                                      Inventive - inspired - persistent - creative - imaginative and determined. These are all descriptions that are likely to be used by people who know you well.

                                                      Every Jung Personality type has one or two specific nicknames that concisely describe your Jung personality type, e.g. Inventor, Strategist, Protector and others..

                                                      Your probable contributions to an organization

                                                      Each Personality Type has a different set of skills, talents and attributes that they bring to an organization, group or relationship. Here is a list of those most commonly associated with Personality Types like you - INTJ.
                                                      • Has faith in his/her own inner vision which, coupled with sheer willpower, moves mountains.
                                                      • Is emphatically determined to accomplish goals and master new skills.
                                                      • Produces original thinking and is a high achiever.
                                                      • Excels at analysis: categorizes and develops strategies with accuracy and precision.
                                                      • Enjoys working in an environment where there is freedom to design future plans and visions.

                                                      On a team

                                                      Some people work well on teams, others work best on their own. Understanding the personality types of team members provides information about how individuals are likely to carry out their work and interact with each other. Given your personality preferences, the following are the strengths (and possible weaknesses!) you will most likely bring to a team:
                                                      • Participates, but in his/her own reserved style.
                                                      • Asks thoughtful and searching questions.
                                                      • Systematically schedules and completes tasks on time.
                                                      • Can be a team player if doing so will get the job done.
                                                      • Analyzes the alternatives and offers new perspectives.

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