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Personality type of most writers?


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I'd be interested to know what myers briggs type you guys are.

Take the test here: http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes2.asp

 

I would assume a lot of writers are "SP" types (experiencers) who live in the here and now.

 

Mine is: ISFP The Artists

 

Forming around 8% of the population, ISFP personalities are generally seen as the most spontaneous and unpredictable of all introverted types. Only one thing is constant in their lives and that is change – ISFPs love exploring and embracing new things, ideas and activities. They are very good at sensing such opportunities, but the ISFP personality traits also push them towards experimenting and coming up with ideas that no one has thought of before. ISFPs usually find it easy to set new trends and inspire other people – their penchant for experimentation is unmatched by any other personality type.

 

This personality trait is connected with ISFPs’ love of freedom – ISFPs are very independent and fiercely resist all forms of control. People with this personality type are the ultimate “free souls”, seeing nearly all rules, guidelines and traditions as self-imposed limitations that make life dull and boring. ISFPs live completely in the present, refusing to dwell on the past or prepare extensive plans for the future – they take things as they come, experimenting and adapting their behavior as necessary.

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ENFJ

Extravert(33%) iNtuitive(75%) Feeling(12%) Judging(67%)

You have moderate preference of Extraversion over Introversion (33%)

You have distinctive preference of Intuition over Sensing (75%)

You have slight preference of Feeling over Thinking (12%)

You have distinctive preference of Judging over Perceiving (67%)

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