If you haven’t heard of the Myers-Briggs 16 Personalities test, you aren’t living!
This little gem gives you so much insight into personalities, my girlfriends and I started to use it as a dating tactic. I’m not kidding! Usually around the second or third date we’ll ask if they’ve heard about Myers-briggs and if they haven’t, we’ll ask them to take the test and share their score. From there, you can learn about their strengths and weaknesses, how they interact in friendships, relationships and business. Furthermore, it makes for great dinner conversation!
I’m what is considered an ESFJ. Let me break it down for you: Extraverted – 75%, Observant – 65%, Feeling – 75%, Judging – 73%, Assertive – 60%.
“ESFJs are altruists, and they take seriously their responsibility to help and to do the right thing. ESFJs love to be of service, enjoying any role that allows them to participate in a meaningful way, so long as they know that they are valued and appreciated. This is especially apparent at home, and ESFJs make loyal and devoted partners and parents. ESFJ personalities respect hierarchy, and do their best to position themselves with some authority, at home and at work, which allows them to keep things clear, stable and organized for everyone.”
So, if you don’t know, now you know…