If you haven’t taken an MBTI test, you should. It will make it much easier to figure out how you work and why. As well as enabling you to more easily find your flaws and weak points so you can more easily fix them. Not to mention, you get to see what other types find really great about you :D
Here’s the test’s URL:
I have 2 strong personality types; INFP with the ability to change to INTJ and ENTJ when in leadership roles, and I can be INTP when putting things together for something important. I’m really attracted to strong INTJ as long as they’re funny<3
After taking the test, I like this site for quick overviews, but I suggest going and searching the net for many other insights. Seriously, it's way handy!
Come back and tell us a little bit about yourself afterwards, as well as some things that you may not have noticed but were maybe brought into light from taking the test :D
Have fun everyone!
I turned out to be a ENFP-person, which means I’m “both “idea”-people and “people”-people, who see everyone and everything as part of a cosmic whole. They want to both help and to be liked and admired by other people, on both an individual and a humanitarian level. This is rarely a problem for the ENFP, as they are outgoing and warm, and genuinely like people.”
This certainly fits my view of myself and what I try to be. It also says that ENFP-personalitys is bad with financial and planning, which also turned out to be correct!
What do you think makes us different personalities? How we are raised, or perhaps it’s in the genes? Or both?
I’m loving the reactions here :D
I think that the ENFP are lucky. I don’t think they get as lonely as INFP or INTJ. Though I don’t think that a strong INTJ really gives any kind of a fuck as to being social other than when they can do it as part of a plan lol But I kid. Really, I love INTJ. There isn’t a night that goes by that I don’t want one in my bed.
I’m on here somewhere https://www.highexistence.com/topic/what-different-personality-types-do-we-have-on-he/
I am BLABLABLA. It’s a new personality type which says a lot about everyone else. :D
But on the results from different tests I come out mainly as – E/I N/S TP.
stylish hypochondriac moronopath personality.
it’s interesting to note how many people on here have “N” (iNtuition) as their second letter rather than “S” (Sensing)…in general, N people are more attracted to ideas, theories, and the big picture of life, while S people are more focused on details and concrete reality. this site is definitely more of an N type of place!
I’m an INFP, and it fits me rather well, I think!
Though, I don’t like the “idealist” label, but I suppose it’s true in some ways. I just don’t like sounding so naive, lol. Also, I’m surprised at how detailed this test it, so much so that it knows that I love reading and writing.
I took it years ago when I was younger, and didn’t get INFP and when I read the description I knew it wasn’t me. So, I’m glad you posted this so that I could take it again!
I’m ENFP and it’s pretty accurate. Remember doing this in Psychology class at school 8 years ago and I got the same so I guess I’m pretty consistent.
@cornietzsche, Have you ever given the test a serious try?
I love the golden rule but, this is just an attempt at providing another tool to perhaps see yourself more objectively through the eyes of social science. If it helps us, then it was good to do, right? This test actually showed me that I’m not the only one like me. It helped a lot with subduing my loneliness. Just to know. If it doesn’t help us, then it was a fun little form :D Besides, Hollywood is bullshit and what they pump out can be amazing and sometimes life altering.
I bet you have an SJ personality type. But who knows!
If you’re bored with nothing to do, take the test and laugh at how dumb the results are, silly. Since you don’t believe in such bullshit as this, it should be easy to do.
@sumisoul yeah, that just it for me though: I don’t think human personalities should be viewed objectively, or at least pigeon-holed. And it’s helped you, then of course that’s a good thing; however I don’t think its overall beneficial, as an attitude for humans to take when assessing themselves. It’s a lot like the apparent obsession that some people have with having some kind of diagnosable mental illness or disorder … it’s like these things are either stigmatized or aspired to, when really it should be neither: it’s fine to have a mental illness, but it’s fine not to – and trying to ‘obtain’ one seems a little perverse. People need to look at how they think as being their own personal nature, instead of a symptom. But this is all hippy-dippy shit right, in all truth the only reason I disagree with this stuff is because I can’t remember what all the acronyms and terminology mean.
Make it 3, though a small set of yes or no questions is hardly enough to crave my mind’s appetite. This is like eating a single, off-brand potato chip when you are just hungry enough to say “Screw it, the off-brand won’t be THAT bad,” but after eating quickly realize just how right you were about it being REALLLLLLLLY unsatisfying.