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Myer-Briggs Personality Type Indicator Wintertime

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The Myer-Briggs Personality Type Indicator

The Myer-Briggs Personality Type Indicator

Extroversion(E)
Introversion(I)
Sensing(S)
Intuition(N)
Thinking(T)
Feeling(F)
Four Dichotomies
Judging(J)
Perceiving(P)
In more detail...
E or I
The test analyzes whether you have a higher tendency towards "extraversion" ("outward-turning") or "introversion" ("inward-turning")
E = Extraversion
I = Introversion
S or N
S = Sensing
N = Intuition
N = Intuition
T or F
T = Thinking
F = Feeling
J or P
J = Judging
J = Judging
The four dichotomies
An Overview . . .
ISTJ - The Inspector
ISTP - The Crafter
ISFJ - The Protector
ISFP - The Composer
INFJ - The Counselor
INFP - The Healer
INTJ - The Mastermind
INTP - The Architect
ESTP - The Promoter
ESTJ - The Supervisor
ESFP - The Performer
ESFJ - The Provider
ENFP - The Champion
ENFJ - The Teacher
ENTP - The Inventor
ENTJ - The Field Marshall

And now it's your turn..

Carl Jung (1875-1961)
Katherine Briggs (1875-1968)
Isabel Briggs-Myers (1897-1980)
The MBTI identifies personality types based on the psychological preferences of a person.

Extraverts are "action" oriented
Extraverts seek "breadth" of knowledge and influence
Extraverts often prefer more "frequent" interaction
Extraverts recharge and get their energy from spending time with people
Introverts are "thought" oriented
Introverts seek "depth" of knowledge and influence
Introverts prefer more "substantial" interaction
Introverts recharge and get their energy from spending time alone
The test analyzes whether you gather your information primarily by "sensing" or by "intuition"
"Sensers" are more likely to trust information that is in the present, tangible, and concrete (i.e. information that can be understood by the five senses)
They tend to distrust hunches.
They prefer to look for details and facts.
For sensers, the meaning is in the data.
"Intuiters" tend to trust information that is more abstract or theoretical.
They associate new information with remembered information.
They are more interested in patterns than in individual events.
´They may be more interested in future possibilities.
For intuiters, meaning comes from the underlying theory and principles which are manifested in the data.
"Thinkers" tend to decide things from a more detached standpoint.
They measure the decision by what they believe to be a logical, causal, and consistent set of rules.
Thinkers usually have trouble interacting with people who are inconsistent or illogical.
They tend to give very direct feedback to others.
"Feelers" tend to come to decisions by associating or empathizing with the situation.
They looking at a situation 'from the inside' and weigh the situation to achieve the greatest harmony, consensus and fit.
They place high importance on considering the needs of all of the people involved.
"Judges" like to have things decided. They dislike loose ends.
They appear to be task oriented.
They like to make lists of things to do.
They like to get their work done before playing.
They plan work to avoid rush before deadlines.
Sometimes they focus so much on the goal
that they miss new information.

"Perceivers" like to stay open to respond to whatever happens.
They appear to be loose and casual and like
to keep plans to a minimum.
They like to approach work as play or mix work and play.
They work in bursts of energy.
They are stimulated by approaching deadlines.
Sometimes they stay open to new information so long they miss making decisions when they are needed.
P = Perceiving
P = Perceiving
The test analyzes whether you make your decisions based primarily by "thinking" or on "feeling"
The test analyzes whether you show yourself to the outside world as more of a "judge" or more of a "perceiver"
result in 16 Personality Types
http://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test

ISTJ: "The Inspector"
ISTP: "The Crafter"
ISFJ: "The Protector"
ISFP: "The Composer"
INFJ: "The Counselor"
INFP: "The Healer"
INTJ: "The Mastermind"
INTP: "The Architect"
ESTP: "The Promoter"
ESTJ: "The Supervisor"
ESFP: "The Performer"
ESFJ: "The Provider"
ENFP: "The Champion"
ENFJ: "The Teacher"
ENTP: "The Inventor"
ENTJ: "The Field Marshall"
Keirsey temperaments

Honor their commitments
Take their relationship roles
very seriously
Usually able to communicate
what's on their minds with
precision
Good listeners
Extremely good (albeit
conservative) with money
Able to take constructive
criticism well
Able to tolerate conflict
situations without emotional
upheaval
Able to dole out punishment
or criticism when called for

Tendency to believe that they're always right
Tendency to get involved in "win-lose" conversations
Not naturally in-tune with what others are feeling
Their value for structure may seem rigid to others
Not likely to give enough praise or affirmation to their loved ones
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Good listeners
Usually self-confident
Generally optimistic and fun to be with
Practical and realistic, they handle daily concerns
Are not threatened by conflict or criticism
Able to leave a relationship with relative ease once it is over
Able to administer punishment, although they're not interested in doing so
Likely to respect other's needs for space and privacy

Living entirely in the present, they have difficulty with long-term commitments
Not naturally good at expressing feelings and emotions
Not tuned in to what others are feeling, they may be insensitive at times
Tendency to be overly private and hold back part of themselves
Need a lot of personal space, which they don't like to have invaded
They thrive on action and excitement, and may stir things up to create it

Warm, friendly and affirming by nature
Service-oriented, wanting to please others
Good listeners
Will put forth lots of effort to fulfill their duties and obligations
Excellent organizational capabilities
Good at taking care of practical matters and daily needs
Usually good (albeit conservative) at handling money
Take their commitments seriously, and seek lifelong relationships

Don't pay enough attention to their own needs
May have difficulty branching out into new territory
Extreme dislike of conflict and criticism
Unlikely to express their needs, which may cause pent-up frustrations to build inside
Have difficulty leaving a bad relationship
Have difficulty moving on after the end of a relationship

Warm, friendly and affirming by nature
Usually optimistic
Good listeners
Good at dealing with practical day-to-day concerns
Flexible and laid-back, usually willing to defer to their mates
Their love of aesthetic beauty and appreciation for function makes them likely to have attractive, functional homes
Take their commitments seriously, and seek lifelong relationships
Likely to value and respect other's personal space
Likely to enjoy showing their affection through acts and deeds
Sensuous and earthy

Not good at long-range financial (or other) planning
Extreme dislike of conflict and criticism
Focused on enjoying the present moment, they may appear lazy or slow-moving at times
Need to have their own space, and dislike having it invaded
May be slow to show their affection with words
Tendency to hold back their thoughts and feelings, unless drawn out
May become overly cynical and practical

Warm and affirming by nature
Dedicated to achieving the ultimate relationship
Sensitive and concerned for others' feelings
Usually have good communication skills, especially written
Take their commitments very seriously, and seek lifelong relationships
Have very high expectations for themselves and others (both a strength and weakness)
Good listeners
Are able to move on after a relationship has ended (once they're sure it's over)

Tendency to hold back part of themselves
Not good with money or practical day-to-day life necessities
Extreme dislike of conflict and criticism
Have very high expectations for themselves and others (both a strength and weakness)
Have difficulty leaving a bad relationship

Warmly concerned and caring towards others
Sensitive and perceptive about what others are feeling
Loyal and committed - they want lifelong relationships
Deep capacity for love and caring
Driven to meet other's needs
Strive for "win-win" situations
Nurturing, supportive and encouraging
Likely to recognize and appreciate other's need for space
Able to express themselves well
Flexible and diverse

May tend to be shy and reserved
Don't like to have their "space" invaded
Extreme dislike of conflict
Extreme dislike of criticism
Strong need to receive praise and positive affirmation
May react very emotionally to stressful situations
Have difficulty leaving a bad relationship
Have difficulty scolding or punishing others
Tend to be reserved about expressing their feelings
Perfectionistic tendancies may cause them to not give themselves enough credit
Tendency to blame themselves for problems, and hold everything on their own shoulders

Not threatened by conflict or criticism
Usually self-confident
Take their relationships and commitments seriously
Generally extremely intelligent and capable
Able to leave a relationship which should be ended, although they may dwell on it in their minds for awhile afterwards
Interested in "optimizing" their relationships
Good listeners

Not naturally in tune with others feelings; may be insensitive at times
May tend to respond to conflict with logic and reason, rather than the desired emotional support
Not naturally good at expressing feelings and affections
Tendency to believe that they're always right
Tendency to be unwilling or unable to accept blame
Their constant quest to improve everything may be taxing on relationships
Tend to hold back part of themselves

They feel love and affection for those close to them which is almost childlike in its purity
Generally laid-back and easy-going, willing to defer to their mates
Approach things which interest them very enthusiastically
Richly imaginative and creative
Do not feel personally threatened by conflict or criticism
Usually are not demanding, with simple daily needs

Not naturally in tune with others' feelings; slow to respond to emotional needs
Not naturally good at expressing their own feelings and emotions
Tend to be suspicious and distrusting of others
Not usually good at practical matters, such as money management, unless their work involves these concerns
They have difficulty leaving bad relationships
Tend to "blow off" conflict situations by ignoring them, or else they "blow up" in heated anger

Can be quite charming
Witty, clever, and popular
Earthy and sensual
Not personally threatened by conflict or criticism
Excellent and clear-headed dealing with emergency situations
Enthusiastic and fun-loving, they try to make everything enjoyable
As "big kids" themselves, they're eager, willing and able to spend time with their kids
Likely to enjoy lavishing their loved ones with big gifts (both a strength and a weakness)

Not naturally in tune with what others are feeling
Not naturally good at expressing feelings and emotions
May inadvertantly hurt others with insensitive language
May be very good with money, but highly risky with it as well
Living in the present, they're not usually good long-range planners
May fall into the habit of ignoring conflict, rather than solving it
Don't naturally make lifelong commitments - they take things one day at a time
Prone to get bored easily
More likely than other type to leave relationships quickly when they get bored

Generally enthusiastic, upbeat and friendly
Stable and dependable, they can be counted on to promote security for their families
Put forth a lot of effort to fulfill their duties and obligations
Responsible about taking care of day-to-day practical concerns around the house
Usually good (albeit conservative) with money
Not personally threatened by conflict or criticism
Interested in resolving conflict, rather than ignoring it
Take their commitments very seriously, and seek lifelong relationships
Able to administer discipline when necessary

Tendency to believe that they are always right
Tendency to need to always be in charge
Impatient with inefficiency and sloppiness
Not naturally in tune with what others are feeling
Not naturally good at expressing their feelings and emotions
May inadvertantly hurt others with insensitive language
Tendency to be materialistic and status-conscious
Generally uncomfortable with change, and moving into new territories

Enthusiastic and fun-loving, they make everything enjoyable
Clever, witty, direct, and popular, people are drawn towards them
Earthy and sensual
Down to earth and practical, able to take care of daily needs
Artistic and creative, they're likely to have attractive homes
Flexible and diverse, they "go with the flow" extremely well
They can leave bad relationships, although it's not easy
Try to make the most of every moment
Generous and warm-hearted

May be frivolous and risky with money
Tend to be materialistic
Extreme dislike of criticism, likely to take things extremely personally
Likely to ignore or escape conflict situations rather than face them
Lifelong commitments may be a struggle for them - they take things one day at a time
Don't pay enough attention to their own needs
Tendency to neglect their health, or even abuse their bodies
Always excited by something new and bored easily by routine
Put forth a lot of effort to fulfill their duties and obligations
Warm, friendly and affirming by nature
Service-oriented, they want to please others
Take their commitments very seriously, and seek lifelong relationships
Responsible and practical, they can be counted to take care of day-to-day necessities
Generally upbeat and popular, people are drawn towards them
Generally very good money managers
Traditionally minded and family-oriented

Generally uncomfortable with change, and moving into new territories
Extreme dislike of conflict and criticism
Need a lot of positive affirmation to feel good about themselves
May be overly status-conscious, and interested in how others see them
Have difficulty accepting negative things about people close to them
Don't pay enough attention to their own needs, and may be self-sacrificing
May tend to use guilt manipulation as a way to get what they want

Good communication skills
Very perceptive about people's thought and motives
Motivational, inspirational; bring out the best in others
Warmly affectionate and affirming
Fun to be with
Strive for "win-win" situations
Driven to meet other's needs
Usually loyal and dedicated

Tendency to be smothering
Their enthusiasm may lead them to be unrealistic
Uninterested in dealing with "mundane" matters such as cleaning, paying bills, etc.
Extreme dislike of conflict
Extreme dislike of criticism
Don't pay attention to their own needs
May become bored easily
Have difficulty scolding or punishing others

Good verbal communication skills
Very perceptive about people's thoughts and motives
Motivational, inspirational; bring out the best in others
Warmly affectionate and affirming
Good money skills
Loyal and committed - they want lifelong relationships
Strive for "win-win" situations
Driven to meet other's needs

Tendency to be smothering and over-protective
Tendency to be controlling and/or manipulative
Don't pay enough attention to their own needs
Tend to be critical of opinions and attitudes which don't match their own
Extremely sensitive to conflict, with a tendency to sweep things under the rug as an avoidance tactic
Tendency to blame themselves when things go wrong, and not give themselves credit when things go right
Their sharply defined value systems make them unbending in some areas
They may be so attuned to what is socially accepted or expected that they're unable to assess whether something is "right" or "wrong" outside of what their social circle expects.
Enthusiastic, upbeat, and popular
Can be very charming
Excellent communication skills
Extremely interested in self-improvement and growth in their relationships
Laid-back and flexible, usually easy to get along with
Big idea-people, always working on a grand scheme or idea
Usually good at making money, although not so good at managing it
Take their commitments and relationships very seriously

Always excited by anything new, they may become disinterested in any type of routine
Tendency to not follow through on their plans and ideas
Their love of debate may cause them to provoke arguments
Big risk-takers and big spenders, not usually good at managing money
Although they take their commitments seriously, they tend to abandon their relationships which no longer offer opportunity for growth

Genuinely interested in people's ideas and thoughts
Enthusiastic and energetic
Take their commitments very seriously
Fair-minded and interested in doing the Right Thing
Very good with money
Extremely direct and straightforward
Verbally fluent
Enhance and encourage knowledge and self-growth in all aspects of life
Able to end relationships without looking back
Able to turn conflict situations into positive lessons
Able to take constructive criticism well
Extremely high standards and expectations (strength and weakness)
Usually have strong affections and sentimental streaks
Able to dole out discipline

Challenging and confrontational
Tendency to "win-lose" conversations
Difficulty listening to others
Tendency to be critical of opinions and attitudes which don't match their own
Extremely high expectations
Not naturally in tune with people's feelings and reactions
May have difficulty expressing affection
Can appear overpowering and intimidating
Tendency to want to be in charge
Can be very harsh and intolerant about messiness or inefficiency
May be slow to give praise
If unhappy, they may be very impersonal, dictatorial, or abrasive
Tendency to make hasty decisions
Make explode with terrible tempers when under extreme stress
Sources
Briggs-Myers, I. (1995) "Gifts Differing". Davies-Black Publishing. 2nd edition
Keirsey, D. (1998) "Please Understand Me II". Prometheus Nemesis Book Company
Kroeger, O.(2013) "Type Talk: The 16 Personality Types". Dell Publishing
www.personalitypage.com
www.16personalities.com
www.humanmetrics.com
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Four Dichotomies
Four Dichotomies
E = Extraversion
I = Introversion
S = Sensing
T = Thinking
F = Feeling
Briggs-Myers, I. (1995) "Gifts Differing". Davies-Black Publishing. 2nd edition
Keirsey, D. (1998) "Please Understand Me II". Prometheus Nemesis Book Company
Kroeger, O.(2013) "Type Talk: The 16 Personality Types". Dell Publishing
www.personalitypage.com
www.16personalities.com
www.humanmetrics.com
All images were licensed or taken from wikipedia.com
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