Sunday, July 04, 2004


In my "counseling" with a dear friend/mentor she suggested to take a personality assessment. I have fun doing this sort of thing and as expected, my personality was determined quite accurately.

Katie then decided to find out what her personality traits are.

It was an interesting, but not surprising discovery!

Sue is: ISTJ

People of this type tend to be: cautious, conservative, and quiet; literal, realistic, and practical; careful and precise; logical, honest, and matter of fact; resistant to change and comfortable with routine; hard working and responsible.

The most important thing to ISTJs is being of service, working hard, and being responsible.

Katie is: ENFP

People of this type tend to be: enthusiastic, talkative, and outgoing; clever, curious, and playful; deeply caring, sensitive, and gentle; highly innovative, creative, optimistic, and unique; adaptable and resourceful but sometimes disorganized.

The most important thing to ENFPs is freedom to see possibilities, make connections, and be with a variety of people.


I hate spending a lot of time on this kind of stuff, and so I found some "quick tests". The longest one was maybe 25 questions long and took just a few minutes to complete. I wanted to take a few different ones to see if they would match and sure enough they did, so I'll take that to mean that the assessments were fairly accurate. We took the "tests" from these places:

  • Enneagram

  • Hale Online

  • Personality Pathways

  • Similar Minds
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