Find Out Your Personality Type

Personality test fun, with animals

Have you even taken one of those personality tests? The kind psychiatrists use to drill down into the who that is YOU? Or, you know, uncover what 70’s sitcom you are? 😉

I recently spent a Saturday morning geeking out and taking a free version of the Myers Briggs Personality Test (the real version is actually called  Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and can only be administered by certified clinicians); I have to say it was crazy interesting. In a nutshell, it measures four different aspects of your personality-so you’re either an I or an E (Introvert or Extrovert), N or S (Sensing or Intuition), T or F (Thinking or Feeling), or J or P (Judging or Perceiving).

And the results? Whoa. Yeah. More than a little bit accurate.

So I’m an ENFP. Extrovert, Intuitive, Feeling, and Perceiving. Some highlights? “Excited about possibilities for people, ENFPs enjoy helping others realize their potential.” And, “ENFPs have strong personal values and are motivated by a desire to encourage others to grow and improve themselves.” And, “ENFPs are often motivated by their beliefs in humanitarian causes and want work that is consistent with their values.” Ding ding ding!

Wow! That’s me and my dreams and my business and my life!

And then there is this, “ENFPs do not enjoy structure or too many rules.” Well, pfffft. Nobody said I was perfect.

Anyway, I shared my ENFP results on my Facebook page, and friends soon also started sharing their test results, and much hilarity ensued. Especially when this Buzzfeed article about animals who “took” the test got involved in the conversation. The Owl? A total INTP.

Check out some of the fun below.

  • Sounds like an insult, until… 1 of 12
    Sounds like an insult, until...
    you find out that a dog is Extroverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Perceiving. Life of the party and loyal to a fault!
  • Introverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving. 2 of 12
    Introverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving.
    Thing is, he knows how many licks it takes to get to the center of that lollipop. He's just still analyzing the data.
  • RAWR.. 3 of 12
    It's your Extroverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Judgmental personality traits that makes you the leader you are.
  • That’s what goes with being an INTJ. 4 of 12
    That's what goes with being an INTJ.
    All of that Introspection, Intuitive, Thinking, and Judging. Crazy intelligent and hugely creative, you are.
  • Now we know why the internet is ruled by kittehs. 5 of 12
    Now we know why the internet is ruled by kittehs.
    Meeeeeee-OW. Introverted, Sensing, Thinking, Perceiving. With pins in their feet.
  • You want him on your team. 6 of 12
    You want him on your team.
    Dedicated, earnest, dependable. Dam good friends, really.
  • That’s me! ENFP. 7 of 12
    That's me!  ENFP.
    I'm a dolphin. I am often found leaping out of water. And don't get me started on those sharks. All cartilage and bite. *eyeroll*
  • Extroverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging. 8 of 12
    Extroverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging.
    Worker bees? Yup. Steady, organized, efficient, and value tradition. Bzzzzzzz.
  • Watch for them in the next version of DSM. 9 of 12
    Watch for them in the next version of DSM.
    You're welcome, world.
  • Also? We don’t need to hear about every last detail of your private life. 10 of 12
    Also? We don't need to hear about every last detail of your private life.
    It's called "private" FOR A REASON. Image source. 
  • I’m only telling you this because I care. 11 of 12
    I'm only telling you this because I care.
    We'd also appreciate if you stopped spreading stuff like West Nile Virus and Malaria. That'd be great. Image source. 
  • And for that, we’re grateful. 12 of 12
    And for that, we're grateful.
    Unlike that Stan guy. He always takes my yogurt. So inconsiderate. Image source. 

What are you? You can take an unofficial personality test here, and lots of other places as well. Let me know how accurate you think it is…and what animal you are.  Eeeeeee-eeeeeee!

Article Posted 3 years Ago

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