The Characters of our World
By Iris Sim
According to many reliable resources such as 16personalities.com, every person reacts and handles their situation differently, depending on their personality. Many people may think that they are only classified in by a category whether they are an“introvert” or an “extrovert”, but there is so much more than that. Interesting right?
This chart (Myers-Briggs model) shows the 16 different personalities that are on this planet. I imagine as if each character represents the “ideal” visualization of the personality as a human.
This chart (MBTI) is one of the most well-known tools used by psychologists around the world. This chart developed by Isabel Myers and her mother Katherine Briggs based on the work with Carl Jung’s theory is an efficient and efficient way. By using this, you can know your traits, compatibility, parent/child characteristics, and other interesting traits we can know about.
You may ask me “How do you define these roles?” Well, great question! The roles of each personality can be determined depending on their trait, behavior, attitudes, etc. Usually, these 16 personalities are separated into 4 groups, depending on the common traits between them, “Analysts Diplomats, Sentinels and last but not least, Explorers.” Every group has its own “title,” this is because it is less complicated than using every 16 personalities, besides the Myers-Briggs model is a more efficient and clearer concept to use. ”
There are five known personality aspects, the traits are Mind, Energy, Nature, Tactics, and Identity. These aspects are the traits that make someone be their unique personality and influence the way they speak, act, think, etc.
Mind: This is the way we associate with the environment or surroundings. (E or I)
Introverted characters in our society enjoy being in peaceful areas, they can be insecure and most likely not attempt to be open to new ideas or adventure.
Extraverts are the total opposite, they have incredibly “bubbly” personalities and are always interacting with groups of people. Our extraverts in society are excited, curious, and filled with brilliant ideas.
Energy: Our response to processing information and our community. (S, N)
iNtuitives have excellent empathetic abilities, they are very observant of how others feel and will always try to harmonize with the other person. Since our Intuitives are creative and filled with ideas, they prefer to think about the stability and possibilities of the future.
obServants uses features like eye contact, facial expression, etc, to figure out someone’s mood, these people also tend to be aware of their surroundings and are focused on the past.
Nature: The strategies we use to determine decisions and cope with emotion and cope with emotions
Thinking characters try to prioritize logic than emotions. These people could be labeled as the “cold-hearted people, (but of course they have their warmth deep down).” Our reasoners attempt to hide their emotions from others and focuses on “getting the work done.”
Feeling individuals are the opposite of reasoners, crazy right? They are empathetic and harmonic than thinkers, although they could be extremely emotional, they are the contributors to making our world cooperative and symphonious.
Tactics: Our reflection of approaching success and the decisions and plans we make
Judging is our organized and quick planning people. They are emotionally stabilized, open to others, and spontaneous.
Prospecting personalities are our “actors” they improvise well, and always catch their opportunities that are given. They are very flexible, untroubled, and comfortable to speak to.
Identity: our personality of how we show confidence and our abilities and decisive skills:
(-A) Assertive is the people who are resistant to stress, they are the “cool” kids and go with the flow. They don’t frequently push themselves and decline to worry about things that happen.
(-T) Turbulent Individuals are sensitive to their work and stress. I suppose you can say they are the “emotional eaters”, but no one can predict what these types will do during their “ride of emotions.” Although they are very self-conscious, they strive for perfection and success.
Now that I explained the “basics,” do you think you can figure out your personality? Remember, there is no such thing as a “bad personality,” Every individual’s personality makes up our work to be the best!