Which personality type are you?

Are you an ESTJ, ISTP or INFP personality type?  This may sound very strange, but Carl Gustav Jung, the father of analytical psychology, developed a personality typology way back in 1920.

Jung developed the concept of Introversion and Extraversion– he theorized that each of us falls into one of these two categories, either focusing on the internal world (Introvert) or the outside world (Extrovert).  Jung also created additional concepts; the so-called Judging functions (either Thinking or Feeling) and Perceiving functions (either Sensing or Intuition).  Jung’s theory was noticed by Katharine Cook Briggs, a teacher, and together with her daughter, Isabel Briggs Myers, they developed a convenient way to describe the order of each person’s Jungian preferences – this is how the four-letter acronyms were born.

There are four possible pairs of personality traits:

  • Introversion (I) or Extraversion (E)
  • Intuition (N) or Sensing (S)
  • Thinking (T) or Feeling (F)
  • Judging (J) or Perceiving (P)

Interested about what your personality type entails or just curious to see whether the test is accurate? After taking the test, it will show you a short introduction to your personality type, some strength and weaknesses, an interesting read about romance and relationships, friendships, parenthood, career paths, workplace habits and lastly a conclusion.

Click here to take the test.

Source: www.16personalities.com

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