That is a beautiful picture of a beautifully sensitive introvert.I love you, Lauren.Miss you....Kendra
When we did the Myers-Briggs workshop at work I was an ENTJ - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ENTJEither opposites attract, or we're screwed up.
Of course, I thought it was all bullshit, because I am perceptively judgemental, or a intuitively sensitive, or whatever. People are subtle and much more nuanced than you can gain from personality testing. I don't disagree that certain traits predominate in everyone.
I love personality tests...but they are somewhat untrue.Eight years ago I scored equally in choleric, sanguine, phlegmatic and melancholy. Last year, I scored high in sanguine and choleric. I didn't even score in the other two...go figure!
There is not one thing wrong with introversion. The world actually needs more of it right now.I have continuing discussion on my own bog about selling as an introvert.Patricia WeberSales Accelerator CoachFor Introverts, Shy and Reluctanthttp://patriciaweber.blogspot.com
Interesting, Jon. I am also an ENTJ - a pretty extreme one. Nate's an ENTP.
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