The Jung Typology Personality Test

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Using the Jung Typology Personality Test gives some insight into my personality preference. The Jung Typology Personality Test is a system that explains a formula of four letters. Each letter spells out each aspect of your personality; could be used to point me into a suitable career fields, tell the communication and learning style I use in my daily life, at work or at home. The result of the test shows that I am of the ISTJ personality type. From what I have seen from the test, I believe in its accuracy, knowing what I do about myself. From studying the Jung theory, it gives me a number of explanations to behaviors I have been practicing knowingly and at times unconsciously. Some of the benefits to be gained from this experience will…show more content…
The Mechanic type is said to be a risk taker; I am by no means a risk taker, therefore; “the Duty Filler” fits more into the realm of the type of individual that I am. When it comes to my family and their wellbeing, I take that very seriously. I also see myself as being well organized and hardworking. There are times when I get extremely stressed at work and the only stress reliever is by thinking about family and the reason why I do what I am doing. Another reason that gives me confidence in this test is the fact that I am an introvert. I am more of a listener; I tend to think about the consequences of every action that I take. Whenever I have conversations I sometimes over analyze my thoughts and what I am thinking before I say it. This can sometimes be a negative thing due to the fact that the true meaning of what I want to get across is blunted as to not offend. I have been told on more than one occasion that I am a who always want to be in change and get things done my…show more content…
In my line of work, attention to detail is very important, it is a case of having the correct maintenance scheduled and accomplished or not. Another aspect of my job where attention to detail, following an instruction exactly as written can be a life or death situation if not done correctly. I would also like to say that my intuition is not far off from my sensing. There are many instances in the military where as a leader; I would have to explain in detail certain decisions that are made by the upper chain of command. Decisions that I may not have agreed with initially but, in support the mission accomplishment, my subordinates needed some form of detail explanation of why certain decisions were
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