First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  Next  Last
What is your personality type?
2644 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
17 / F / Cleveland, Ohio
Online
Posted 1/1/13
ESTP strengths

Both rational and sensitive
Enthusiastic and inspiring, able to make even the most mundane task seem fun and interesting
Resistant to criticism or conflict
Good money management skills
Smart, cheerful and well-liked
Very good at managing crisis situations
Usually attractive and popular among the members of the opposite sex
Willingness and ability to spend quality time with their children
Pay a lot of attention to their partners’ needs (though this may be limited to materialistic needs)



ESTP weaknesses

Poor long-term planning skills
Would rather sweep conflicts under the carpet than solve them once and for all
Tendency to be somewhat rude to other people, mostly unintentionally
May be attracted to gambling or other risky activities
Poor sensitivity when it comes to other people’s feelings
Bad at expressing feelings and emotions
Reluctant to make lifelong commitments
May get bored very quickly (also applies to relationships)
ESTPs’ tendency to shower their friends with gifts may often make other people quite uncomfortable


That kind of hit the nail on the hammer
34134 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
26 / M
Offline
Posted 1/1/13
Easy going and relaxed.
27377 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
29 / M / United States
Offline
Posted 1/1/13
INTJ

Every personality type has many weak spots and INTJs are not an exception. There is one area where their brilliant mind often becomes completely useless and may even hinder their efforts – INTJs find it very difficult to handle romantic relationships, especially in their earliest stages. People with this personality type are more than capable of loving and taking care of the people close to them, but they are likely to be completely clueless when it comes to attracting a partner.

lol so true. fml. i fail at flirting/dating
1643 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
19 / M / Boston Mass
Offline
Posted 1/1/13
whoa dude... whoa
102 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
19 / M
Offline
Posted 1/2/13 , edited 1/2/13
Woaaah cool. Something I already know. Glad I could get accurate data on this. =w=

Your personality type: INFP.

Strength of individual traits: I - 2%, N - 16%, F - 28%, P - 16%.

7281 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
31 / M / Vancouver BC
Offline
Posted 1/2/13
My personality type: INTP.

Strength of individual traits: I - 26%, N - 8%, T - 1%, P - 32%.


"When it comes to interpersonal relations, INTP personalities see three distinct phases: figuratively speaking, “immersion”, “survival” and “resurfacing”. These phases reflect the logic of an INTP and their love for patterns. When getting into a new relationship, INTPs can lose their rational and dispassionate thinking for a very long time (a year or even more), “immersing” themselves in the new unknown world. If an INTP falls in love, it is extremely powerful – it is all or nothing. It is very likely that this phase will see the INTP become very ardent, even playful and careless – they will not attempt to control or analyse the relationship, but instead try to enjoy and experience the new feelings to the fullest. The INTP will be prepared to do many things and bend many rules to be with their loved one, no matter how difficult that might be."

It's soo me...
Posted 1/3/13 , edited 1/3/13
The amount of NTs here is almost frightening, given the running theme of threads in this forum.



As you said the theory does cover a broad range of personality preferences, but anyone who confines themselves to one type or defines themselves by it is defeating the purpose of the MBTI. It's misunderstood to label and categorise, when really it's just an attempt to understand the origins of personality and guide thereafter, allowing one to identify possible patterns and reasons behind their behaviour. As for changing behaviour to conform to a type, it's a completely moronic thing to do but happens fairly often, sometimes without realisation. I'd leave that to the individual's discretion.

The idea that personality may derive from brain structure and the influence of environment on brain development is a reason why I'm also interested in the neuroscience of psychology, and why my interest in this theory holds, which I called bullshit on at first too. While it would take a huge leap of faith to create any sort of link between the pseudo-science of personality theory and neuroscience, I still think it's an exciting possibility. The theory (amongst other similar ones) isn't without its faults, but admittedly provides a far more sophisticated model of personality when compared to tests that say, tell you what fruit or colour you are. Though again, the whole thing could be a pile of misled crap, but it's fun to tinker with.
31358 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
M / Where you are.
Online
Posted 1/6/13

GianLintao wrote:

Your personality type: INTJ.

The INTJ personality type is one of the rarest and most interesting types – comprising only about 2% of the U.S. population (INTJ females are especially rare – just 0.8%), INTJs are often seen as highly intelligent and perplexingly mysterious. INTJ personalities radiate the aura of intuition and self-confidence. This self-confidence, sometimes confused with simple arrogance by less insightful personalities, has a very specific nature – it stems from a huge archive of knowledge spanning many different topics and areas. INTJs usually begin to develop that knowledge in early childhood (the “bookworm” nickname is quite common among INTJs) and keep on doing that later on in life.

INTJ personality has mastered their chosen area of knowledge (INTJs can find their strengths in several fields), they can quickly and honestly say whether they know the answer to a specific question.

INTJs know what they know and more importantly – they are confident in that knowledge. Unsurprisingly, this personality type can be labelled as the most independent of all types.

INTJs are very decisive, original and insightful – these traits push other people to accept the INTJ’s ideas simply because of that sheer willpower and self-confidence. However, INTJ personalities do not seek nor enjoy the spotlight and may often decide to keep their opinions to themselves if the topic of discussion does not interest them that much.



Haha same here!
12 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
24 / M
Offline
Posted 1/6/13
INTP alll day

http://www.personalitypage.com/INTP.html
http://www.16personalities.com/intp-personality
181 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
Offline
Posted 1/6/13
INFJ.
48163 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
28 / M / London, England
Offline
Posted 1/6/13 , edited 1/6/13
Your personality type: INTJ.

Strength of individual traits: I - 74%, N - 32%, T - 22%, J - 24%.

Meh, I suppose it did a fairly accurate job, however I was annoyed by it's lack of explaining what "traditional" methods are. Obviously traditional has a wide range of definitions based on cultural differences.

http://www.16personalities.com/intj-personality

Introvert to the max!
15052 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
21 / M / United States of...
Online
Posted 1/6/13
I have a ISTJ personality apparently
14 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
15 / F / USA
Offline
Posted 1/6/13
http://www.16personalities.com/isfp-personality I got iSFP and it think it describes me well
17174 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
27 / M / St Louis Mo
Online
Posted 1/6/13
some times I get a INTP other times I get INTJ most of the time it's INTP
953 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
29 / M / england
Offline
Posted 1/6/13

buleleader wrote:

Anyone else noticing that like 80% of the people on this forum are getting the "super-rare-only-four-percent-of-people-in-the-world-have-it" INTJ personality...?


Perhaps anime attracts similar minds.
First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  Next  Last
You must be logged in to post.