There are 16 different Myers-Briggs combinations a person can be, and the INFP is a rare, reserved type known for their “go with the flow” personality.
— Read on amp.mindbodygreen.com/articles/infp-personality-type
I haven’t shared a post in a while, but thought this is a great one for our community to be aware of.
Are you an INFP personality type? You’re a rare gem according to the above post. How rare are you? Read the article to find out.
I did a post on personality types where I shared sites where you can find out about your own personality type, if you don’t already know it. Click here for that post with links should you want to find out your personality type.
(Credits: Myers-Biggs Foundation)
Knowing your personality type helps in relationships and career because you are not only aware of who you are, but are now cognizant of those you get along with as well as those you might easily conflict with, being aware also helps one to understand and appreciate the diverse personality types.
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This was very interesting. Thank you for the free link through to the MB test. I undertook it, and interestingly enough I came out at INFJ, which is what I was when I undertook the test as part of my post graduate leadership studies 24 years ago!
I am not a big fan of Myer Briggs, but it is interesting all the same. I did prefer the Jungian approach over Freud though when I undertook a unit in psychology as an undergraduate. It seems on the money re my communication skills and people are interested in my opinion. It did lump me in with Martin Luther King, Shirley Temple, Tom Selleck, Nelson Mandela, Robert Burns, Mel Gibson and Jimmy Cater – so I got a kick out of that.
I prefer the Margerison-McCann model which seems more in tune with my adaptability regarding the type of work I like which is moving from upholder/maintainer to thruster/organiser.