Joe Braxton wrote:INTJ..... http://www.16personalities.com/
Yeah, looks like it's David and me in the centre of the room,
leila hamaya wrote:and only two extroverts
duane hennon wrote:
i remember taking this years ago as part of "sales training"
everyone had their letters on their name tag
and seeing another person's letters
it was suppose to tell you how to deal them
as a personal insight tool -OK
as a means of dealing with others (he's a ____, so i will try to get him to agree with me by.....) - NO
Judith Browning wrote:INFJ a "turbulent diplomat"
Robert Ray wrote:INFJ
When you tape an extroverts mouth shut they blow up or get a little more flatulent..... try it.
I think personalities change overtime, parenting with your first child is way different than parenting with subsequent children.
Myers Briggs depending on what, when and who your interacting with at a particular time might affect the rating.
Landon Sunrich wrote:However I notice a lot of talk around here about introverts and extroverts and I don't really know if I can wrap my mind around that?
Like isn't it mostly situational? Like example: I'm a white dude in His Majesties navy around say 1801 and I get washed ashore on the Isle of Hispaniola. Even if I spoke french I think I would probably turn into an introvert quickly given the crowd.
Likewise I may be really comfortable around family or friends and still feel the need to retreat into a corner and hide at certain social gatherings. It just all kinda seems situationally relative to me.
Gravity is a harsh mistress. But this tiny ad is pretty easy to deal with:
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