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Re: Myers Briggs

Each characteristic is a continuum, as well, and one's personality can be anywhere along it. For example I am literally a pure "I" and "J", but am almost evenly balanced between "S" and "N" (can go either way, depending), and about 2/3s on the "T" side of the spectrum. Suspect this is clear as mud to those unfamiliar with the Meyers Briggs!
On Saturday, December 14, 2002, at 08:51 PM, Janet Laytham wrote:


I for Introvert = re-energizes from time alone, whereas an extrovert
is energized by the dynamics of group.

T for thinking instead of feeling. A good analogy is justice vs.

N for Intuitive = comfortable working without all the facts..in fact,
sometimes suspicious of known facts, such as "the world is flat".

P for perceiving = prefers to travel by inspiration rather than planning
and sticking to an itinerary.

Mind you, all of these labels are work style preferences. An N can work
as an S and vice versa. I have even been known to stick to an
itinerary...well, almost.


on 12/14/2002 9:17 PM, cathy carpenter at cathyc@rnet.com wrote:

I = someone who relates more easily to the inner world of ideas
S = someone who would rather work with known facts
T = someone who bases judgments more on impersonal analysis and logic
J = someone who likes a planned, decided, orderly way of life
On Saturday, December 14, 2002, at 07:54 PM, Pamela J. Evans wrote:

Ok, I give...  ISTJ???
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