Post # 1
I found this to be pretty accurate and quite interesting
Your personality type: ENFJ.
Strength of individual traits: E – 62%, N – 6%, F – 36%, J – 14%.
Some famous ENFJs:
David, King of Israel
Abraham Lincoln, former U.S. president
Ronald Reagan, former U.S. president
William Cullen Bryant, poet
Abraham Maslow, psychologist
Francois Mitterrand, former French president
Dick Van Dyke
Craig T. Nelson
Tommy Lee Jones
Post # 3
Looks like a Myers-Briggs type test, or very similar? If so, I’m an ESTJ, borderline E/I though.
What’s weird is I had Fiance take the same test after I did (it was another version of this one a few months ago) and we were not only both ESTJs, but almost exactly the same on each one. Weird! Of course I knew we were similar, but didn’t realize I was marrying myself, lol!
Post # 4
I agree it looks like Myers-Briggs. I’m an INTJ. Which I’ve been told is one of the least common types out there, but I probably know more of those than anything else!
Post # 5
@abc123joanna: I’m an EFNJ too! It says we’re only 2% of the population! I found it to be very accurate, too 🙂
Post # 6
I’m an INFJ and this is very accurate! it’s “weird” how much is truth in what they say. I had to do similar tests but with little different questions while I’ve been in hospital a while ago and got the same result.
Post # 8
@Becs: Another ESTJ here! I’m solidly EST, borderline P/J. (I think we may have connected on another Myers-Briggs thread?)
Post # 10
Some famous ENFPs:
Franz Joseph Haydn
- Observant. ENFP personalities believe that there are no irrelevant details or actions – they try to notice everything, seeing all events as part of a big mysterious puzzle called life.
- Very popular and friendly. ENFPs are altruistic and cooperative, doing their best to be empathic and friendly in every situation. They can get along with nearly everyone and usually have a large circle of friends and acquaintances.
- Energetic and enthusiastic. ENFPs are always eager to share their ideas with other people and get their opinions in return. Their enthusiasm is contagious and very inspiring at the same time.
- Know how to relax. People with this personality type know how to switch off and have fun, simply experiencing life and everything it has to offer. Their wild bursts of enthusiastic energy can often surprise even their closest friends.
- Excellent communicators. ENFPs tend to have great people skills and they instantly know how to present their ideas in a convincing way. They can handle both small talk and deep, meaningful conversations, although the ENFP’s definition of small talk may be somewhat unusual – they will steer the conversation towards ideas rather than weather, gossip etc.
- Curious. ENFPs are very imaginative and open-minded. They enjoy trying out new things and do not hesitate to go outside their comfort zone if necessary.
- Highly emotional. ENFP personalities tend to have very intense emotions, seeing them as an inseparable part of their identity. This may often cause the ENFP to react strongly to criticism, conflicts or tension.
- May have poor practical skills. ENFPs are brilliant when it comes to solving problems, creating processes or initiating projects (especially if they involve other people) – however, they are likely to find it difficult to follow through and deal with the practical, administrative side of things.
- Overthink things. ENFPs always look for hidden motives and tend to overthink even the simplest things, constantly asking themselves why someone did what they did and what that might mean.
- Get stressed easily. ENFPs are very sensitive and care deeply about other people’s feelings – this can cause them a lot of stress sometimes as people often look toward them for guidance and encouragement, and the ENFP cannot always say “yes”.
- Find it difficult to focus. People with the ENFP personality type lose interest quickly if their project shifts towards routine, administrative matters – they may not be able to stop their mind from wandering off.
- Very independent. ENFPs loathe being micromanaged or restrained by rules and guidelines. They want to be seen as highly independent individuals, masters of their own fate.
Post # 11
Strength of individual traits: I – 16%, N – 8%, F – 30%, P – 6%.
Some famous INFPs:
J. F. Kennedy, Jr.
Post # 12
Your personality type: INTJ.
Strength of individual traits: I – 42%, N – 24%, T – 1%, J – 16%.
Some famous INTJs:
Vladimir Putin, President of Russia
Augustus Caesar, Roman emperor
Paul Krugman, a famous American economist
Rudy Giuliani, former New York mayor
Donald Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense
Colin Powell, U.S. Secretary of State
Richard Gere, actor
Hannibal, military leader of Carthage
Arnold Schwarzenegger, actor and California governor
Thomas Jefferson, a former U.S. president
John F. Kennedy, a former U.S. president
Woodrow Wilson, the former U.S. president
Gandalf the Grey from The Lord of the Rings
Hannibal and Clarice Starling from “Silence of the Lambs”
Professor Moriarty, Sherlock Holmes’ enemy
Gregory House from House, M.D.
Cool. Apparenty INTJ women are pretty rare. (0.8%)
Post # 13
I’d say the description is pretty accurate!
ENFP – E – 30%, N – 16%, F – 36%, P – 4%.
Some famous ENFPs:
Franz Joseph Haydn
Post # 14
@MrsPlaidShirt: I’m and INFJ also…crazy how accurate these things are!
Post # 15
@Minirayray: I know, right! It was just so weird since I had to do tests like that before, with a little different questions and it was just the same result and I def have some of the problems mentioned there and weaknesses and good sides of this personality type…and my career field is right in the middle of the discribed LOL
Post # 16
I’ve taken this test 3 or 4 times, and I am always INFJ. Darling Husband is also.