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Self-Evaluation-Who Am I, How Do I Change

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This makes people with INTP type of personality able to solve difficult problems. (See Appendix I – Myers-Briggs Questionnaire and Test Result on page 7) Figure II – MYERS-BRIGGS Test Result ISTJ 53% ISFJ 53% INFJ 60% INTJ 60% ISTP 71% ISFP 71% INFP 74% INTP 74% ESTP 56% ESFP 56% ENFP 63% ENTP 63% ESTJ 42% ESFJ 42% ENFJ 45% ENTJ 45% Source: Team Technology In relation to the Myers-Briggs test result, the first five (5) adjectives that came to my mind include: (1) attentive; (2) sympathetic; (3) reasonable; (4) rational; and (5) sensible. Based on the Myers-Briggs personality / temperament inventory, INFP stands for introversion, intuition, feeling, and perceiving whereas INTP stands for introversion, intuition, thinking, and judging. Considering my personality based on the Myers-Briggs classification, my being attentive and sympathetic person is most likely to be influenced by Perceiving (P), Feeling (F).

and Intuition (I). It means that I have the ability to be open to new ideas and feel other people’s emotions and sentiments before I come up with a decision. Although I have the tenacity to make decisions based on intuition and feelings, the Myers-Briggs test result also suggest that I can be logical and objective when I make a decision (i. e. Thinking (T)). In other words, I do have a strong analytical mind.

This justifies the adjectives I used as being reasonable, rational, and sensible. After coming up with my own five (5) adjectives which I think clearly describe my own personality type, I called one of my closes friend for a casual interview with regards to how he see me as a person. After interviewing one of my close friends, he told me that the five (5) adjectives that accurately describe my personality include: (1) understanding; (2) observant; (3) smart; (4) logical; and (5) fair. Specifically these five (5) adjectives that one of my closest friend has provided me also reflects what the Myers-Briggs inventory has mentioned with regards to my own personality.

Basically, being understanding can be traced back to Perceiving (P). It means that I can be flexible and able to easily adapt to a new situation. It also pertains to Feeling (F) which means that I am capable of perceiving how other people would feel after I make certain decisions or actions. Being observant is rooted to introversion (I). By being quiet and having a peace of mind when I am alone, I tend to use more of my time observing the attitude and behavior of other people.

The other three (3) adjectives (i. e.

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  • Subject: Psychology
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