The changeable personality

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This is the result I obtained tonight (ISTJ – the examiner) after retaking the free personality test at Last night, though, I must have been feeling a bit more extroverted, because I came up with a ESTJ (the overseer) result.

Here’s a quote about ISTJ personalities from the site:

“At work, ISTJs get things done on a timely basis. They honor deadlines, and they believe in thoroughness. A half-finished job is not a job well done. They establish procedures and schedules, and are uncomfortable with those who do not do the same. ISTJs put duty before pleasure. As long as they can fulfill their responsibilities, they feel useful and thereby satisfied. Their work does not have to be fun, but it has to count toward something productive. ISTJs believe that vacations are something that one takes only when work has been accomplished; thus, at times they do not take vacations even when they could and should.”
– ISTJ – The Reliant (Lifexplore)

This is a description of ESTJs:

“ESTJs live in a world of facts and concrete needs. They live in the present, with their eyes constantly scanning their personal environment to make sure that everything is running smoothly and systematically. They honor traditions and laws, and have a clear set of standards and beliefs.”
– Portrait of an ESTJ (The Personality Page)

What do you think, children? Which is more accurate?

2 Responses to “The changeable personality”

  1. Laura says:

    I think that you’re both 🙂

    The second one more when something bad has happened! I think the first one you do just everyday, setting goals and reaching them then giving (or not!) yourself whatever reward you had planned.

  2. Joyce says:

    Umhmm, I think so, too. 😛