Typealyzer – the Internet KNOWS
We all have completed a personality test at some point in our lives. However, if you have a sharp mind, you can mold those test results by answering questions based on what you think the answer should be.
As I have made a promise to myself to be honest with myself in everything I do or write, I took a plunge. These are my results.
ISFJ – The Nurturers
The author of http://mywaytotruth.wordpress.com is of the type ISFJ.
The quiet, devoted and sympathetic type. They are especially attuned to the present moment, the details of the task at hand and the people involved. ISFJs usually have an extremely good memory of details of people and situations. They are modest caretakers who do not demand credit or thanks for their efforts.
They tend to be suspicious of future possibilities and trust history more than the future. Their shyness with strangers can lead others to misread them as standoffish. Because they are so nice and generous people they have to look out not to be taken advantage of. It might be important for them to learn to speak up for themselves.
The Nurturers enjoy safe and harmonic work places with few surprises and clear goals. ISFJs are serious people with a strong work ethic, not inclined to self-indulgence. They believe in being meticulous and thrifty. They work well alone. While they may enjoy taking care of others, they do not enjoy giving orders.
Common satisfying careers: Interior Decorators, Designers, Nurses, Administrators, Dentists, Veterinarian, Social Worker, Biologist, Medical Researcher and Librarian.
Notable ISFJs: Mother Teresa, Jimmy Carter, Prince Charles, Tiger Woods, Halle Berry, Naomi Watts, Kirsten Dunst and C3P0.
Mother Teresa and Tiger Woods – are not exactly my favorite people and I would not want to be compared to them but I take it with a grain of salt as this is about the personality type and not so much their reputation.
And what is that about being serious? I am a goofball but, I guess, my writing is a bit more serious with a hint of sarcasm and tests like that do not recognize sarcasms. What a bummer?