I’ve always had a fascination with personalities. I think it’s really interesting to learn about myself, and why I get in moods where I hate people and I have to be alone. And how I have the amazing super power (that others also have) to sit in a busy Starbucks and do work.
My Myers-Briggs has been pretty consistent all through high school and college: INFJ. When I took it last week, I actually got ISFJ, the difference being: N’s are big picture, pretentious English major types, and S’s are the structured, “I have to make lists and figure out every detail or I get an aneurysm” pharmacy school types. I’m fairly confident I’m still an N, but sometimes my S qualities shine and drive people crazy.
Anyway, if you’re not familiar with the Myers-Briggs test, here’s an explanation to help you get started.
We’re discussing personalities in my “Finance and Personnel Management” class, which is less about finance and more about personnel management–at least right now. So far, it’s been interesting considering how different personalities work together… or don’t. I love it.
I’m also going to be that manager that hates when you come in my office and start talking to me about things. Then I’ll tell you to “send me and email” and shoo you away.
Anyway, after you take the test, comment here and tell me what you got!
Here’s Boo. I love Boo. He’s probably an INFJ. <3
THIS JUST IN: I found out that the P2 class has a lot more N’s than S’s. I’ve always been self-conscious about my complete lack of S-ness, but now that pharmacy has become more patient-focused, we’ve needed more NF’s around to help out!