Even though personality types are usually referred to by their dominant traits, it is important to bear in mind that these categories simply reflect a personal preference or the condition of being predisposed, not a categorical absolute. People may be referred to as “Extroverts” or “Introverts”, but in truth, we are all a little bit of both, and have the potential to take on different types of personalities at different times.
Our personalities are, in real life, infinitely variable. In my personality test I got 60% of extroverted and 40% of introverted which I would believe because extroverted do sound more like me, the word describe extroverted are mostly the words are used to describe me which are talkative social butterfly (no one have ever called me that),fun, assertive, outgoing, confident, expressive, and gregarious .
On the personality test also gave us some strengths and weakness about being an extroverted person, these are some strengths things about being an extroverted person; work well in groups and teams, interact well with others, people enjoy being around you, can be persuasive and convincing, sometimes makes good salesperson or a leader, Extroverts also tend to be easier to read. Where introverts don’t give off clear emotional signs, extroverts tend to wear their emotions on their sleeves.
They give off clear emotional signals that make it easier for others to understand where they’re at. And it also listed some negative things and those are, have a hard time concentrating for a long periods of time, many depend too much on group and interpersonal interaction for affirmation and motivation. Another word describe me is sensor. In that personality explained how sensor people are like and gave some examples, it said sensor people are intuitive prefer abstract problems, sensors seek specific answers to specific questions.
Intuitive may sometimes get “lost in the clouds”, but the sensor keep his or her feet on the ground, focusing on practical matters. They are adept at dealing with real-world problems and managing details. They also take a very matter-of-fact approach to information gathering. Sensors prefer things that can be experienced through their senses – that are tactile, actual, and real – and not simply intuited or perceived through extra ensorial impression. Specifics, facts and details matter to them. Sensors are more likely to be realistic than idealistic. They learn well from example, and are very observant. And it gave some positive things about being sensor, and those things are being patient, careful, precise, diligent, realistic, practical, and you work diligently on honing your skills, excel at hand on activities where they can solve tangible problems.
I’m also a thinker Thinkers believe that it is more important to be right and honest with themselves than it is to be liked. They pride themselves on being very rational and objective. Where feelers tend to believe that the right decision is the one that takes others’ feelings into account, thinkers remove themselves emotionally from their decisions. They believe that the right decision must be pure to itself – logical and rational by objective standards. The feeler may seek harmony, but the thinker seeks fairness.
Their impersonal and analytical approach to decision making often belies an egalitarian streak that strives for fairness and best results in the greatest number. Most importantly, however, thinkers are possessed of a fervent and enduring quest for truth. And this is some words people use to describe thinkers and some of them do sound a lot like me, analytical, logical,rational, objective, most of the time fair and thoughtful about others , examine pros and cons objectively, train their minds on cause and effect reasoning seek fairness and equility.
And the weakness of a thinker person which is some of my weakness are I tend to be too tought minded when the situation might call for empathy, and I can seem cold and impersona at a lot of times . More so than any of the other three personality dimensions, people we usually exhibit a bit of both sides of this dyad. I may, for example, be very flexible and spontaneous in one part of my life, but more structured and organized in another part. Nevertheless, people do exhibit a general preference, and that preference is telling.
Perceivers appreciate flexibility, spontaneity, addictiveness, freedom, tolerance, and individualism. Conversely, judgers appreciate decisiveness, planning, punctuality, order, tidiness, organization, schedules, and control. I’m most comfortable when I can maintain flexible schedules and don’t have overly constrictive rules imposed on them. I’m often self-employed or entrepreneurial. I abhor strict hierarchy and prefer to work to the beat of my own drum.