No two people are alike, and no two personalities are alike. A personality is made up of different characteristics, which help to define a person. Per the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator everyone has a four-letter personality type with 16 different personality combinations. These personality types affect everyone’s personal, social and work life. My four-letter personality type is ISFJ (introvert, sensing, feeling and judgment).
There are many different personality types. The four dimensions of personality are: extravert or introvert; sensing or intuitive; thinking or feeling; judging or perceptive. Extroverts are energized by social interactions, like to be the center of attention and talkative. The opposite of extrovert is introvert. Introverts tend to be quieter in social settings, private and tend to think before responding. The next set of personality types are sensing and intuitive. Sensing personalities learn through experience, value realism and common sense. The intuitive types rely on instincts, value imagination and innovation. The next set is thinking or feeling. The thinking types make their decisions based on logic and the feeling types make their decisions based on feeling. The last set is judging and perceptive. The judging type like to live in an organized, planned and structured way while the perceptive types like to be spontaneous and flexible.
My personality as ISFJ affects my personal and social life. In social situations I am quiet and reserved. When I am in groups of people I tend to sit back and listen. I also think about what I will say before I say it. People often think that I am stuck up because I am not very talkative but I am actually very friendly and caring. When I get to know someone I start to open up more. In being this way I tend to have a few really close friends. I also try to be practical when making decisions in life. My feeling side comes out when I think about the decisions I make and how it will affect others and the...
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