IN OUR WORLD OF DEFINITIONS, WHEN ASKED, YOU MAY SAY YOU’RE A MOM, SUPERVISOR, STUDENT, IT CONSULTANT, FIREMAN, RETIRED OR A CHE . IT’S TYPICAL FOR US TO SEE OURSELVES AS OUR WORK.
WHO ARE YOU?
ANSWER THE QUESTION MENTALLY AND QUICKLY.
WAS I RIGHT?
But deep inside you know you’re more. Skipping through all the roles in your life, you’ve been stumped what makes you you. What details make us so different from one another? How are we wired? This Personality Wheel is a good beginning guide.
Carl Jung as an analytical psychologist divided us all into 12 categories. The categories apply to all humans. Race, sexual orientation, age or country of origin play no part. Results are clear of mental illness or drug use. There is no right or wrong.
Here, we are spinning his work into the Twenty-first Century. Above you can check the well developed visual wheel to help put Jung’s 12 basic personalities into perspective.
All these descriptions can be put to fascinating and excellent use by writers, salespeople teachers, the Clergy, girlfriends, lawyers and folks who hire and fire.
First, discover who YOU are. Afterwards, tackle THEM.
Begin here: We and Them Test: https://www.123test.com/jung-personality-test
There are 60 monumental questions that need to be answered swiftly and honestly.
It takes an average of 12 minutes to complete. The test will result in your personal identity description.
You’ll fit closely into one of the 12 designations on the wheel above.
The powerful questions will take you even further, your final results will be identified by a 4 letter label. I am INJT.
Read on to know yourself, then everyone else.
Here are some benefits of this knowledge:
- understanding and developing yourself
- understanding and developing others
- understanding what motivates others
- understanding others’ strengths and weaknesses
- working in teams or as couples
You could be a better parent, a stellar boss, a wonderful friend, a terrific teacher or treasured spouse!