This Jung test provides similar results to the Myers- Briggs test, in a shorter amount of time.

Note: I have taken this test multiple times over the years, with different results. Previous results had me as an INFJ. Current results as of 4/5/2021 have me as an INFP. I have noticed that the  Intuition/ Sensing  and Judgers/ Perceiver traits often switch as they are most likely very close in scores depending on circumstances. I have combined the reports based on the two results below.

Your Jung personality type

  • The descriptions you chose about your behavior indicate that the Personality Type that most accurately describes you is: Introvert-iNtuitive-Feeler-Perceiver (INFP)
    • Introverts tend to be reflective, reserved and private. A popular misconception is that Introverts are shy – this is not necessarily so. They draw their energy from their own thoughts and the time they spend alone. Introverts do not need people around them all the time.
    • iNtuitives pay more attention to information that is imaginative and original. iNtuitives focus on the future.
    • Feelers let their feelings and emotions play a leading role because of their concern for other people.
    • Perceivers prefer a lifestyle that is spontaneous, flexible and adaptable. They like an environment that is unstructured, and like to keep their options open.
    • (FROM OLD TEST) Judgers prefer a lifestyle that is decisive, planned and orderly. They like a life that is organized and controlled.

An INFJ at-a-glance

“”The difficult I do immediately, the impossible takes me a little longer!””

  • This could be your philosophy of life. People who know INFJ types well describe them as imaginative, motivated, persistent, purposeful and creative.
  • Living a life without pretense or façade, being accepted for who you are, is what matters to you. You prefer to quietly exert your influence. You bring a quiet enthusiasm to all that you are involved in. Creating harmony and working towards the common good for all is one of your key motivators.
  • You have a strong need and desire to understand the complexity of human relationships.
  • Your sense of empathy allows you to understand and appreciate other’s feelings. You believe in, and act on, your intuition and instincts. You make decisions easily and your friends and associates are likely to perceive you as a self-confident and individualistic thinker. Every Jung Personality type has one or two specific nicknames that concisely describe your Jung personality type, e.g. Inventor, Strategist, Protector and others.

An INFP at-a-glance

Making the world a better place is your motto. You need to have a crusade or mission in life. You quietly push for what is important to you and rarely give up.You are creative and actively seek new ideas and solutions. You are rather reserved and may be somewhat difficult to get to know. However, when you want to be sociable, you can be exceedingly charming and popular, and your quiet sense of humor is appreciated by many. You trust and highly value your intuitiveness and where it leads you .You are likely to be a good listener and have no trouble putting people at ease. Although you may be reserved in expressing emotion, you are very caring and are genuinely interested in understanding people. Because of your sincerity, people value you as a friend and confidante. You do not like conflict and go to great lengths to avoid it. On the other hand, you are a great mediator and are effective at solving other people’s conflicts. You intuitively understand people’s perspectives and feelings, and genuinely want to help them. Doing so gives you a great deal of personal satisfaction.

Your probable contributions to an organization

Each Personality Type has a different set of skills, talents and attributes that they bring to an organization, group or relationship. Here is a list of those most commonly associated with Personality Types like you – INFJ.

  • Enjoys working, talking and sharing with individuals and small groups.
  • Likes tackling complex issues involving people and material.
  • Is quietly forceful, personable and genuinely concerned for others.
  • Maintains a very strict internal organizational structure, where every thought, idea and project fits into place before acting.
  • Focuses on building harmony and works towards the common good of all.

Here is a list of those most commonly associated with Personality Types like you – INFP.

  • Undertakes a lot of projects.
  • Likes solitude and becomes quietly absorbed in projects.
  • Is pledged to the growth and development of people surrounding him/her.
  • Tends toward perfectionism.
  • Concentrates intensely and commits to his/her meaningful projects.

On a team

Some people work well on teams, others work best on their own. Understanding the personality types of team members provides information about how individuals are likely to carry out their work and interact with each other. Given your personality preferences, the following are the strengths (and possible weaknesses!) you will most likely bring to a team:

  • Encourages harmony and gets everyone to contribute.
  • Masterfully synthesizes people, resources, goals and visions.
  • Inspires others by being positive and maintaining a can-do attitude.
  • Provides big picture overviews and in-depth synopsis of situations and problems.
  • Brings enthusiasm and forward thinking to a project.
  • Brings a good but quiet sense of humor to the group.
  • Always offers lots of encouragement and acknowledgement to others.
  • Provides vision and a focus on ideals and values.
  • Inspires and motivates people to go beyond the ordinary.

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