posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 06:49 PM
I have been taking numerous free versions of the MBTI online. All of my results are the same: ENTJ. Which I find very awesome and accurate about my
character. I want to see what other members on ATS get with the results. I will link the test I have already done. You do not have to do them all.
You have to sign up with Facebook for the fourth test, but it's worth it.
About entry on MBTI
Celeb Types About
Based on the answers to the questions on the inventory, people are identified as having one of 16 personality types. The goal of the MBTI is to allow
respondents to further explore and understand their own personalities including their likes, dislikes, strengths, weaknesses, possible career
preferences and compatibility with other people. No one personality type is "best" or "better" than any other one. It isn't a tool designed to
look for dysfunction or abnormality. Instead, its goal is simply to help you learn more about yourself.
Have you ever wondered what does different letters mean? Well here is the explanation.
Extraversion (E) - Introversion (I): The extraversion-introversion dichotomy was first explored by Jung in his theory of personality types as a way to
describe how people respond and interact with the world around them. While these terms are familiar to most people, the way in which they are used
here differs somewhat from their popular usage. Extraverts are "outward-turning" and tend to be action-oriented, enjoy more frequent social
interaction and feel energized after spending time with other people. Introverts are "inward-turning" and tend to be thought-oriented, enjoy deep
and meaningful social interactions and feel recharged after spending time alone. We all exhibit extraversion and introversion to some degree, but most
of us tend have an overall preference for one or the other.
Sensing (S) - Intuition (N): This scale involves looking at how people gather information from the world around them. Just like with extraversion and
introversion, all people spend some time sensing and intuiting depending on the situation. According to the MBTI, people tend be dominant in one area
or the other. People who prefer sensing tend to pay a great deal of attention to reality, particularly to what they can learn from their own senses.
They tend to focus on facts and details and enjoy getting hands-on experience. Those who prefer intuition pay more attention to things like patterns
and impressions. They enjoy thinking about possibilities, imagining the future and abstract theories.
Thinking (T) - Feeling (F): This scale focuses on how people make decisions based on the information that they gathered from their sensing or
intuition functions. People who prefer thinking place a greater emphasis on facts and objective data. They tend to be consistent, logical and
impersonal when weighing a decision. Those to prefer feeling are more likely to consider people and emotions when arriving at a conclusion.
Judging (J) - Perceiving (P): The final scale involves how people tend to deal with the outside world. Those who lean toward judging prefer structure
and firm decisions. People who lean toward perceiving are more open, flexible and adaptable. These two tendencies interact with the other scales.
Remember, all people at least spend some time extraverting. The judging-perceiving scale helps describe whether you extravert when you are taking in
new information (sensing and intuiting) or when you are making decisions (thinking and feeling).
My results being ENTJ (Extroverted, Intuition, Thinking, Judging). Gives me this information about my type.
Types Of Famous People
ENTJ s are charismatic, strategic, effective and ambitious individuals. They naturally gravitate towards positions of leadership because of their
strong ability to convince people. Their skills in debate and reasoning are second to none and through their energetic and decisive appearance people
around them feel compelled to follow their lead. They are social, goal oriented and highly effective people who know what they want, how to get it and
who to employ and there is little that can keep the ENTJ from achieving their goals. This is why the ENTJ is often described as the most likely to
succeed. The ENTJ is the poster child for our ideal of the General, without whom strategy, action and sweeping global change would vanish from
Numerous celebrities, leaders, etc also have types. Many are believed to be most likely to be a certain type and others have done the test themselves
and shared their results. The ENTJ type has: Leaders and politicians Napoleon Bonaparte, Margaret Thatcher, Karl Rove, Al Gore, Golda Meir, Julius
Caesar, and Dick Cheney; Business and economics Bill Gates and Jack Welch; Scientist Carl Sagan. There are countless others. But since ENTJ's are a
small minority there is a limited number of famous ENTJ's.
Whatever type you receive I hope you share it with everyone and your thoughts on your type.