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Pursuant of my self-observation of yesterday, I did this:

ESFJ - "Seller". Most sociable of all types. Nurturer of harmony. Outstanding host or hostesses. 12.3% of total population.
Free Jung Personality Test (similar to Myers-Briggs/MBTI)

Extroverted (E) 69.7% Introverted (I) 30.3%
Sensing (S) 50% Intuitive (N) 50%
Feeling (F) 55.56% Thinking (T) 44.44%
Judging (J) 66.67% Perceiving (P) 33.33%

I had totally forgotten that over the years I was losing my N, slowly becoming the S I was so snobby about. Now that I am more of one, I'm like, what's the big deal? I'm still a dreamer. I just need the results to be a little more concrete. When I was in high school, I tested consistently as an INTP. So promising! Maybe I could have buit bridges! Then I had a nervous breakdown, and all during college I tested as a hard INFJ. Blah blah hippie whatever. Now I am swinging back to practicality. Note "social worker" and "nurse" in the favored careers. Just swap religious for atheist in the description... "favors organized atheism". Heh. I guess my 16 year old self would be disappointed that I'm not a big philosopher.



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Jul. 20th, 2007 01:30 am (UTC)
My MBTI/Jung type hasn't changed in a good 5 years now, regardless of context and time. I am always an ENTP (slight P, slight E). The vast majority of people I like are me-like with better planning qualities (I just took the long Jung test on your link, which told me that again).

I find that remarkable, because I used to test differently every time I took it.
Jul. 20th, 2007 02:28 pm (UTC)
Really? Did you ever test 'S' I was always amazed that everyone I knew tested 'N' and I figured it was because I hung out with the intellectual elite. Now that I test more S, I see the merits of it.
Jul. 20th, 2007 04:51 pm (UTC)
Plenty of people I know and like test "S". It just means you like to have an order/sequence to the world, to have things more tangible than abstract.
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Jul. 23rd, 2007 06:09 pm (UTC)
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