Personal Assessment: The Myers-Briggs Personality Test

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Understanding why people do what they do has baffled people for centuries. The Myers-Briggs Personality test has answer a few of these questions. Are you an Extrovert or an Introvert, Sensor or iNtuitive, a Thinker or a Feeler, a Judger or Perceiver? Once you have the tools to understand yourself, you are capable of understanding others. How does your personality complement a coworker, a family member? How can I be more understanding based on my knowledge of how a coworker comes to conclusions about life and their surroundings? Needs work My Personality Type Needs work on the use of headings-it makes it much easier to follow and determine which concept you are discussing Introvert Sensing Thinking Judging I have taken the Myers-Briggs…show more content…
Being specific can be good and bad; good for the very elementary student just figuring their way as it gives a clear directive, bad for the budding learning as it may stifle independence and creativity. aGood analysis. Thinking In the area of decision making I believe myself to be more Thinking than Feeling. An example of the thinking preference can be seen in my role as a consistent, objective disciplinarian. My firm-mindedness in this area has produced children that are a joy to teach as well as to take out in public. Our family receives numerous compliments on how well behaved and delightful our children are. I believe it is my desire for justice and my clarity in rules and expectations that make this achievable for my children. A negative quality in this could be my tendency to detach myself from the decisions, this is not good as it is desirable to nurture a child’s heart just as much to achieve good behavior. I must be aware of their emotional needs and not so quick to dismiss them. This has to be a conscious effort on my behalf and to my shame is not as natural for me as I would like. Christ calls for us to be tenderhearted, thus Christ is compelling us to strive for balance. Amen, good application of your Biblical reference

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