Everyone has their own personality, but each of those personalities can be separated into 9 categories through the enneagram system. Assessing one’s personality type can help strengthen and understand relationships in a person's life. I have focused on how enneagram number four, my personality type, impacts my relationship with my boyfriend Lukas who is enneagram number two. A relationship between a four, the romantic, and a two, the giver, can be extraordinarily intense. My relationship with Lukas, to put it simply, is quite intense.
I took five personality assessments to see what personalities seem to define who I am. I agree with some of the results, but some I don’t agree with at all. These assessments tend to mostly be accurate, however, some aren't who I am.
Thomas Chou's use of Ennegram gives nine personality types to distinguish what type each person is. The Enneagram is one of the newest personality systems to become widely used, and is best known for its ability to identify psychological motivations. The Ennegram provide insights into how other people see the world differently, and it has become particularly popular within the self-help and personal growth movements. The nine types of Ennagram given by Chou are: reformers, helpers, motivators, romantics, t...
In the near future my goal is to further my studies; in the nursing field as a Registered nurse. Personally, my main objectives to become a Registered nurse are, to help save the lives of other, accomplishing my goal, and living life more independently. These are the qualities that would best describe personality: enthusiastic, loving, caring, compassionate, honest, and a cheerful individual. I grow up to have deep passionate love for people, especially those that are unable to help themselves on a daily basis. I always vision myself attending to someone’s rescue; that is in danger or in critical condition. What I have noticed from a long time ago; is that the nursing industry is one out of many that devotes their time, patient, and input hard work and effort to help meet the need of others and make a difference.
The only pitfalls to a nursing career lies in the shortage of nurses, which can cause inevitable burn-out due to stressful hours and not having enough staff to complete each patient case. Nurses also work oddball hours, which makes it difficult to engage in family life. In fact, many nurses work nights and weekends. Nurses require a tough personality to deal with serious issues on an ongoing basis. In other words, nursing is a profession best suited for individuals who love to help others, and wish to make a difference in the lives of others. Nursing is viable option for those who have a keen sense of detail and love to analyze data.
As we live our lives each day we probably do not contemplate our personality types or how our types intertwine themselves in our mannerisms and actions. I recently took a personality test from the “Jung Typology Test”. The test revealed that I am an extravert, sensing, thinking, and judging which we will refer to as an ESTJ throughout this discussion. The personality test reveals your four types of personality along with your two temperaments associated with your type. As an ESTJ, I fall into the SJ (sensing, judging) temperament. In this discussion, I will attempt to explain what I have learned about myself through the personality test as well as correlate my type with my temperament. With the information revealed in tests, I will reflect
I am the first one in my family to go to college, I have been living my life showing respect to others with one basic principle to “always do my best no matter what it takes to be fair, honest and be responsive to everyone’s needs”. I learned through my career to be dependable, self-confident, humble, and honest and show respect and a positive attitude at all time. People that I interact with always told me that I have the ability to inspire others and the makeup of a leader. Being humble, caring, and compassionate are among my personal values. I know that my greatest strengths rely in the way I treat my patients, showing empathy, sympathy, patience and professionalism. I learned that developing a trustworthy patient/nurses relationship is very important in the management of patients care. I personally believe that a nurse needs to have high integrity and to continue to strive to stay up-to-date and knowledgeable to be able to provide utmost quality care to the patients.
PA #3: Personality Assessment Take the test: http://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test. 1. Results. Write up your result (the letters and the full typology) and your interpretation of the meaning of your result (do not copy and paste what the assessment gives you). - I have a Protagonist Personality (ENFJ – -A/-T) -
Two characteristics that I feel are important for any profession, but specifically professional nursing, are Compassion and good communication skills. I have to practice these skills every day in order to do my job to the best of my ability and ensure quality patient care.
In the past two weeks, I have learned quite a bit about my personality. I have learned that I am a Blue-Gold personality and that I am also a 2-9 personality. The first of these two I found out from the True colors Personality Quiz. I had taken this quiz this summer as camp and got near results to what I did this time. This time I tied for the colors blue and gold, while this summer I scored one point higher on blue than gold. The second of these two types of personality identifiers came from The Enneagram test which uses numbers as an unbiased grouping system. I had never taken this test and it was interesting to see how many of the numbers I corresponded with. My main two were numbers two and nine, but numbers one, four, and six were all